Businesses involved in manufacturing can be tainted by compliance issues, beginning from human rights until the sale and export of these items.

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    The complete guide to the 23 risk areas

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  • An ambitious step to combat supply chain human rights issues

    An ambitious step to combat supply chain human rights issues

    Many of the more serious cases of human rights violations in business take place in the supply chains of corporations across multiple industries – from forced labour on construction sites and...

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  • Greece must not let history repeat itself

    Greece must not let history repeat itself

    In April 2012, German manufacturing behemoth Siemens agreed to pay US$336 million to the Greek Ministry of Justice to resolve longstanding bribery allegations. The allegations related to the...

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  • Integrating export control and trade sanctions into anti-corruption compliance programmes

    Integrating export control and trade sanctions into anti-corruption compliance programmes

    The residual financial, reputational and operational trauma resulting from an export control prosecution can actually far outlast the effects of operating under a deferred prosecution agreement...

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  • Venezuelan sanctions: a pawn in a broader human rights game

    Venezuelan sanctions: a pawn in a broader human rights game

    On 9 March, the United States Government imposed sanctions against seven Venezuelan officials alleging that they had engaged in public corruption and committed serious human rights violations.

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  • Industry codes gain prominence

    Industry codes gain prominence

    A group of garment makers in Myanmar recently banded together to establish a code of conduct for their industry. The Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association Code of Conduct sets forth the basic...

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  • How dangling carrots in front of executives can boost compliance programmes

    How dangling carrots in front of executives can boost compliance programmes

    Many considerations influence human behaviour. In an ideal world, adherence to compliance laws and policies for moral reasons would be enough to ensure that the rules are followed. In the world...

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  • Sanctions compliance demands bespoke programmes

    Sanctions compliance demands bespoke programmes

    Almost 20 years ago, when United States companies were just beginning to look at export-control compliance specifically for the United States, a proliferation of watchlists and sanctions lists...

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  • Post transaction compliance: Once buy-in obtained it must be sustained

    Post transaction compliance: Once buy-in obtained it must be sustained

    Enhanced enforcement of antitrust or competition law, bribery and corruption, export controls and trade sanctions, data privacy and the like, all render it mandatory that risk management and...

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  • Implementation of the final rule for the Dodd-Frank Act

    Implementation of the final rule for the Dodd-Frank Act

    Background In the previous edition of Compliance Insider® we provided a detailed report on the emerging issue of human rights obligations in multinational businesses and the growing trend of...

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  • Human rights and multinational business

    Human rights and multinational business

    The concept of including human rights in corporate risk management has broad implications for business across all sectors. One of the more immediate industries affected by this movement is the energy

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  • The leadership pipeline and compliance

    The leadership pipeline and compliance

    A mid-sized global manufacturing company with headquarters in Europe hired its first compliance manager to cover the European business. The company

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  • United States promotes Cuba and Malaysia on human trafficking list

    United States promotes Cuba and Malaysia on human trafficking list

    One of the revelations made in the Trafficking in Persons Report was that Cuba and Malaysia have moved from Tier 3 to Tier 2 Watchlist despite the fact that their governments do not fully comply...

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