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Private sector - Can you provide a short overview on the existing standards and best practices, altogether with the relevant bibliography regarding the adoption of a ethical code and mission statement for energy companies?
Accountability - Could you please provide information about concrete success stories of complaint mechanisms at the local level in the context of developing countries, specifically relating to service delivery.
Politics and government - What are the forms and extent of corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina? What kind of the legal and institutional anti-corruption framework exists in B&H? What is the situation regarding development co-operation in B&H?
Oil and gas - What has been the experience of corruption in local content, particularly in oil and gas? Are there any practices or approaches on how anti-corruption has been integrated into local content programmes?