By OECD Publishing

ISBN-10: 926401912X

ISBN-13: 9789264019126

The OECD guidance for Multinational companies are options to multinational firms on their behavior in such components as labour, atmosphere, patron defense and the struggle opposed to corruption. The ideas are made through the a

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One non-experienced NCP emphasised that the provision of information to non parties would be decided on a case by case basis, but that Parliamentary questions are always answered. Another non-experienced NCP mentioned that it was a developing a policy on this issue and that confidentiality concerns would be key. Some NCPs (3 experienced, 1 not) indicated that they had reporting or information sharing mechanisms under which they may report on their progress to another government department or seek advice from other officials and sometimes also stakeholders, like NGOs, in a confidential environment.

One non-experienced NCP, which has developed deadlines for itself for the handling of specific instances, indicated its intention to “be in contact with the MNE concerned as soon as practicable within the 30 day limit allowed under the [name of NCP] Service Charter for considering whether to proceed with a specific instance”. Measures to promote timeliness and efficiency 48 There is broad agreement in principle that timeliness in handling a specific instance is important. However, some NCPs observed that timeliness might be relative to the type of specific instance under consideration and/or might depend on the efficiency of others beyond their control, including the parties themselves and sometimes other offices within the government.

One of the responses suggested the desirability of informing the parties even when there had been no substantial progress so that the parties would know that the NCP was still working on the matter. Provision of information to actors not party to the specific instance. g. Parliament), if there was a legal obligation to do so and/or where it was consistent with rules or policies concerning the handling of confidential information. Two NCPs (1 experienced, 1 not) mentioned legal obligations as the main consideration governing the provision of information to non parties.

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