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Promoting Responsible Supply Chains in China

 

 

About the project

 

The OECD has worked with key Asian partners for a number of years to promote responsible investment and RBC. Under this new programme, implemented together with the International Labour Organisation and the European Union, the OECD will contribute its extensive expertise on trade and investment and on risk-based RBC due diligence to support in-country policy developments and action to create an enabling environment for Responsible Business Conduct (RBC), to boost industry capacity and to raise awareness of the importance of RBC.

 

The programme will be undertaken over 3 years (2018-2020) in partnership with China and five other partner economies, namely Japan, Thailand, Viet Nam, Philippines, and Myanmar.

 

Responsible supply chains in China

 

China is a key partner country of the OECD. Collaboration on RBC focuses on supporting the alignment of the Chinese RBC sector standards with international standards. The partnership under the project builds on the development and promotion of the Chinese Due Diligence Guidelines for Responsible Mineral Supply Chains (which is based on the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected Areas) and the active participation of China in the development of the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for the Garment and Footwear Sector and cooperation on its implementation.

 

Building on the constructive outcome of the OECD-China Joint Programme of Work for 2015-16, the OECD and China are currently in discussion for a new joint work programme for 2018-20, which includes strengthening cooperation on RBC. Activities will be centered on supporting RBC the electronics and textiles sectors.

 

Awareness raising and capacity building

 

Find out more about previous and up-coming events in the China.

                

 

 

 

             FURTHER READING

The OECD-China National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC) partnership to promote the implementation RBC in global textile and apparel supply chains

 

China’s SASAC releases Guidelines on Compliance Management for Central SOEs 中国国资委发布《中央企业合规管理指引(试行)

  

China releases nationalwide “negative list”

             

CONTACTS

Jingjing.CHEN@oecd.org

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With funding by the European Union

  

 

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