|Human rights and bribery issues involving a U.S. multinational in the hotel industry in Peru|
|Supporting NCP(s)||United States|
|Description||Specific instance concerning a U.S. multinational's alleged non-observance of the OECD Guidelines in Peru.|
|Theme(s)||General policies, Human rights, Combating bribery, bribe solicitation and extortion|
|Date||18 Dec 2018|
|Industry sector||Accommodation and food service|
Read the full Initial Assessment published by the Peru NCP
Read the Final Statement published by the Peru NCP
On 18 December 2018, a specific instance was submitted to the NCP of Peru by Fundacion Luz Marina, an NGO, on behalf of three citizens identifying as members of an indigenous people’s group. The submitter alleged that a multinational enterprise in the hotel industry and three Peruvian companies, operating in the hotel, real estate, and construction sectors, did not observe the Guidelines as part of a hotel construction project, claiming that they were involved in the demolition of indigenous cultural heritage.
The NCP undertook an initial assessment, and in its final statement, it did not accept the specific instance due to a lack of substantiation and because the non-observance of the Guidelines was not attributable to the multinational enterprise.