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The State of Anti-Corruption in the Supply Chain

February 20, 2019

Corruption is an elusive demon that touches businesses in a wide range of sectors in the supply chain. For example, payoffs through a relatively small travel agency in China brought a 400 billion FCPA fine on a world leading pharmaceutical company. Corruption is also correlated with other risks such as human trafficking. With regulations and enforcement getting tighter, risks and liability are rising -- along with the blood pressure of procurement managers. What sectors are most at risk, and how are they performing? Which countries are the hotspots, and how are businesses managing in those locations compared to others? EcoVadis' team of analysts cracked open our database to look into the level of quality of the anti-corruption management system of 20,000 companies worldwide, who are all trading partners of major international groups. This webinar is hosted in partnership with Sustainable Brands. By registering for this webinar you agree to share your contact details and receiving more information from Sustainable Brands.

This webinar is the second in a series. Access webinar series below.

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Combating Modern Slavery: Understanding Workers' Plight Deep in the Supply Chain

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Megatrends: The Biggest Forces Changing the World, Business and Supply Chains

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Is Your Sustainable Procurement Program Oriented Toward Outcomes and Impact?

Session 6: 

CSR Criteria in Contract Clauses: A Vital Step to Translate Sustainable Supply Chain Vision Into Action

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