Global business is accomplished through the elaborate networks of the supply chain — the persons, entities and infrastructure that transform materials and human capital into intermediate and finished products and services for customers and consumers. The problem of corruption affects every business in the supply chain. However, it can be tackled when all actors work together. This guide for reducing corruption risk in the supply chain has been created by the United Nations Global Compact 10th Principle Working Group. The guide is intended for both customers and suppliers. Businesses of all sizes should find helpful guidance and practical tools, although multinational companies (MNCs) may find more information that is of immediate use.

Fuente: Red de Pacto Global

Año: 2010

Idioma: Inglés