Nordic Chambers Signed MOU on Anti-corruption with CAC

Nordic Chambers Signed MOU on Anti-corruption with CAC

On October 11th 2018, TSCC represented by our President Eric Hallin, together with other Nordic Chambers have signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on anti-corruption with the Thailand’s Private Sector Collective Action against Corruption (CAC) at Dusit Thani Hotel, Bangkok.

“Nordic Chambers would like to share our experience from our countries and support this project.” Aina Eidsvik President of Thai-Norwegian Chamber.

The MOU declares our commitment to facilitate our member companies who are interested in the best practice against corruption.

CAC is a project that private company who attend is willing to against corruption on doing business. Currently there are 921 companies attend and there are 332 companies that have been proved that their company has policy and guideline against corruption. The company who agree to against corruption need to finish all the practice in CAC’s criteria within 18 months to be able to certified by CAC. However, CAC certify only anti corruption and bribery in company level not individual behaviour. 

Full report in Thai:


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