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The OECD directions for Multinational businesses are strategies to multinational companies on their behavior in such components as labour, atmosphere, purchaser safety and the struggle opposed to corruption. The innovations are made by means of the a
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All OECD governments, the European Commission and a growing number of non-OECD governments are committed to their effective implementation. They are supported by follow-up procedures which allow discussion among governments, business, trade unions and NGOs of issues relating to implementation of the Guidelines and clarification where needed of the meaning of the Guidelines in specific circumstances. As part of its work under the Guidelines, the CIME concluded a study on the challenges facing extractive industries as they operate in regions characterised by conflict and widespread human rights abuses.
Six other NCPs also observed that different outcomes could result from such things as different background facts and circumstances, including different domestic circumstances and policies. One such NCP stated that “The Guidelines were designed to be flexible and adaptable to different domestic circumstances and policies”. That same NCP noted that it is possible that the same specific instance could fall into the jurisdiction of more than one NCP. To promote a higher degree of consistency, three NCPs suggested that NCPs dealing with similar specific instances could perhaps coordinate and cooperate with each other.
Eleven (5 experienced, 6 non-experienced) indicated that they relied only on the Procedural Guidance (though one indicated that individual procedures are needed). One non-experienced NCP indicated that it “would prefer to handle matters on a case-by-case basis”, and that “[p]rocedures and policies could be developed after some experience has been gained”. Other NCPs (5 experienced NCPs and 3 non-experienced NCPs) have developed additional procedures or have elaborated the Procedural Guidance to assist them in handling specific instances and/or for the benefit of the public.
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