ICC Rules of Conduct and Recommendations to Combat Extortion and Bribery

ICC Rules of Conduct and Recommendations to Combat Extortion and Bribery (2005 Edition)

The ICC Commission on Anti-Corruption has published “Fighting Corruption, A Corporate Practices Manual”, which provides detailed practical guidance for compliance with the ICC Rules of Conduct and the OECD Convention.

ICC’s “Fighting Corruption, A Corporate Practices Manual” is a handbook for all who wish to put into place an efficient and well-run integrity programme. The manual was first published in 1999 and substantially revised and expanded in 2003.

Because of the accelerating pace of anti-corruption developments, as well as ICC’s work on corporate responsibility and corporate governance, the ICC Commission on Anti-Corruption decided to revisit and rethink the ICC Rules of Conduct and to refine its stance on a number of integrity matters.

Work on anti-corruption is never finished. Sustained efforts will still be necessary in the future. A better awareness is needed among public officials, in board rooms and at the working level. ICC is committed to contribute to this awareness.

The International Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the publication of Incoterms® 2020, an update of the renowned regulations that define the responsibilities of buyers and sellers operating in the international trade system.

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