Gov't, business join hands to diffuse ethical management

FKI, ACRC ink MOU on July 17

FKI and the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on July 17 to jointly pursue cooperative projects which are designed to put autonomous ethical management into practice.

FKI Chairman Chang Soo Huh said, "Since the business community has strived to carry out various programs for ethical management by satisfying a tough demand from our society, the signing of the memorandum between our two organizations today bears a particular significance."

In close cooperation with each other, the two organizations will be exploring and improving barriers to ethical management, running training courses on ethical management, and supporting corporate efforts to enhance competence for ethical management. Simultaneously, they decided to beef up publicity to diffuse the practice, make it firmly take root, and introduce successful cases in corporations.

The signing ceremony was attended by FKI Chairman Huh, ACRC Chairperson Sung Bo Lee, FKI Secretary General Chan Ho park, and Sang Sick Kim, Director of the planning and coordination office of ACRC.

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