ACTS: Anti-corruption toolkit for SMEs

Protecting SMEs from corruption - How does corruption hamper European businesses? Chambers of Commerce and Industry play a special role in supporting businesses to protect themselves from corruption. In the framework of the ACTS project, co-funded by the EU, EUROCHAMBRES identified a range of anti-corruption initiatives of European Chambers of Commerce and NGOs. In this brochure, you will find out that Belgium contributes in the area "Training Business & Students" with a Business Ethics & Compliance Programme, a University Certificate resulting from the cooperation between the Catholic University of Leuven and ICC Belgium. Also, in the area "Ensuring good conduct in foreign transactions", ICC Belgium issued its Anti-corruption guide for Belgian enterprises overseas.
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