Positive change is driven by transparency, accountability and openess to new ideas
-Dr. Klaus Moosmayer, Cross-thematic Group Chair and Chief Compliance Officer, Siemens AG
A growing number of companies strive to “do well by doing good”, for example to enhance their performance through Responsible Business Conduct (RBC). However, their success depends heavily on their ability to compete on a level playing field. To increase the pace of positive change, the private sector needs the unambiguous support and commitment of G20 members.
B20 calls upon G20 members to address both the demand and the supply sides of corruption. Combatting corruption is fundamental for sustaining economic stability and growth, maintaining the security of societies, protecting human rights, reducing poverty, protecting the environment for future generations and addressing organized crime.
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