Published in journal "Journal of Foreign Legislation and Comparative Law", 2011-4 , pages 28-42.
Resume: In general business community is interested in fighting against corruption as corruption impedes market competition. The article analyses forms of the enterprisers’ organizations and their activities which contribute to the transparent doing–business conditions and fair for the business community.
Keywords: ànti–corruption activities, enterprisers’ organizations, chambers of commerce, self–regulatory organizations (SROs), commercial arbitration, standards of operations, transparency of doing business
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