The New Delhi Principles: For Voluntary Codes of Conduct in the Engineering & Construction Sector
To help foster a high-integrity engineering and construction (E&C) industry across India, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), with the support of the US Department of Commerce and Fluor India, has convened an Engineering and Construction Expert Working Group with representation from a broad range of E&C and related industries, to develop a set of Principles for the Engineering & Construction Sector that promote a fair marketplace through ethical business conduct.
These principles facilitate an open and transparent business environment free from corruption and undue influence, enhancing the ability of companies to participate in both domestic and global markets. This document can also help companies develop a practical and effective internal compliance programme for implementing the Principles.
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