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OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

Published January 1, 2008

1. The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (the Guidelines) are recommendations addressed by governments to multinational enterprises. They provide voluntary principles and standards for responsible business conduct consistent with applicable laws. The Guidelines aim to ensure that the operations of these enterprises are in harmony with government policies, to strengthen the basis of mutual confidence between enterprises and the societies in which they operate, to help improve the foreign investment climate and to enhance the contribution to sustainable development made by multinational enterprises. The Guidelines are part of the OECD Declaration onthe other elements of International Investment and Multinational Enterprises which relate to national treatment, conflicting requirements on enterprises, and international investment incentives and disincentives.

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