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Training in Business Integrity for SMEs in the supply chains of Malaysia

One of the biggest risks for multinational companies is the risk of non-compliance with anti-corruption and other extraterritorial laws by third party distributors and agents in the supply chain.

In Malaysia, with the introduction of Article 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, this has become a matter of urgency for international and major Malaysian companies.

With our local project partners, the FairBiz Integrity Hub has created a new training programme and tools which can be used by multinationals to bring new management techniques to SMEs in their supply chains.

Following the pilot training period provided to two volunteer companies, the project will be scaled up to cover any number of local companies in Malaysia and extended to companies in other ASEAN countries.

Countries: Malaysia


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Posted on December 21, 2020