The toolkit RESIST, launched by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) along with several partners, offers a practical solution to recent worldwide calls for concrete results following anti-corruption commitments.
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The threat of bribe solicitation and extortion remains a severe hindrance to a fair and open trading system – vital for a healthy global economy and to efforts to curb corruption.
In an unprecedented move, chief executives from some of the world’s leading companies have called on governments to more effectively and robustly implement the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
ICC last week hosted a special session rallying businesses large and small to engage in the fight against corruption. The development of new compliance tools for business and the need for stronger involvement by governmental and intergovernmental authorities to address extortion issues were the focus of discussions.