The OECD Guidelines are recommendations addressed by governments to multinational entreprises.
Entreprises contribute to economic, social and environmental progress with a view to achieving sustainable development.
Entreprises should ensure that timely and accurate information is disclosed on all matters regarding aspects of their business, structure, financial condition, results, ownership and system of government business.
States have the duty to protect human rights. In the context of internationally recognized human rights, international human rights commitments undertaken by the countries in which they operate and relevant national laws and regulations
Respect freedom of association, negotiation / trade union rights, contribute to the abolition of all forms of forced labor
Entreprises should take due account of the need to protect the environment, public health and safety with a view to sustainable development
Entreprises should not offer, promise, grant or demand bribes or other improper advantages in order to obtain or maintain a business
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As of today, 49 countries have adhered to the OECD Declaration on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises.
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