Environmental Investigation Agency and Transparency International call for transparent and accountable approaches to management of the Madagascar rosewood stockpiles.
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Corporate integrity is often perceived to be the product of ethical leadership, strong compliance and effective regulations that prevent and sanction wrong-doing. While these elements are essential, each on their own is not sufficient to comprehensively and sustainably tackle the broad range of interrelated corruption risks that face companies.