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Anti-corruption is the global standard that can become management and financial risks, if not properly controlled.

Especially, South Korean companies competing in global marketplace can suffer from huge disadvantages, if they don‘t comply with anti-corruption guidelines in the areas of public procurement and global supply chain.

Fair Player Club endeavors to create a favorable environment for committing clean and fair business in South Korea, through public private partnership among foreign embassies, foreign chamber of commerce & industry, and companies from various country origins, in order to promote dialogs, exchanges and Collective Action about anti-corruption, compliance and business ethics.

CI  Orgnaization Introduction

 

British Embassy Seoul
www.gov.uk/government/world/south-korea

British Embassy Seoul develops and maintains relations between the UK and the Republic of Korea. It covers a range of issues including political, commercial, security, and economic questions of interest to the UK and the Republic of Korea. The British Embassy Seoul and its honorary consulate in Busan provide consular assistance to British nationals in the Republic of Korea.

British Chamber of
Commerce in Korea
(BCCK)
http://bcck.or.kr

British Chamber of Commerce in Korea (BCCK) is an organization that represents business interests of its members in the Republic of Korea and a broad spectrum of British, international, and Korean companies, which all share significant commercial interests in the country. BCCK also works together with the British government to promote British trade, commerce and investment in Republic of Korea and to encourage business development between British and Korean companies.

Embassy of Sweden
in Seoul
www.swedenabroad.com/en-GB/Embassies/Seoul

Embassy of Sweden in Seoul represents Sweden and the Swedish Government in the Republic of Korea and promotes Swedish interests through a continuous dialogue with Korean representatives, information exchange, and collaboration with the cultural sector as well as with industry, public authorities and other organizations. There are also four Swedish Honorary Consulates in the Republic of Korea in Busan, Daejeon, Daegu, and Gwangju.

U.S. Embassy Seoul
https://kr.usembassy.gov

U.S. Embassy Seoul’s main tasks are diplomatic and international cooperation with the Korean government, economic and trade negotiations, cultural and academic exchanges and cooperation between the two countries, promotion of foreign policy, protection and guidance of U.S. citizens living in Korea, notarization of documents, and visa issuance services for passports and foreign nationals entering the United States.

Korean-German
Chamber of Commerce
and Industry
(KGCCI)
http://korea.ahk.de

Korean-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KGCCI) is the official window of the Korean-German business community, represents the interests of member companies, and serves as a bridge between Korean and German companies through the official channel between Korea and Germany. Also, KGCCI provides practical experience exchange opportunities for mutual networking.

Delegation of the EU
to the Republic of Korea
https://eeas.europa.eu/delegations/south-korea/739/about-eu-delegation-republic-korea_en

Delegation of the EU to the Republic of Korea represents the EU as a whole in Korea, informs the EU on political, social, economic, external relations and trade developments in the Republic of Korea, ensures the smooth and fruitful development of bilateral relations in the political, economic, commercial and co-operation fields, and seeks to develop and encourage initiatives to promote co-operation under the Framework Agreement.

European Chamber of
Commerce in Korea
(ECCK)

https://ecck.eu

European Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ECCK) is committed to advancing the interests of companies from European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) member states operating in Korea. Furthermore, ECCK cooperates with organizations that share mutual interests to promote optimal business environment and fairly represent the European business community.

China Chamber of
Commerce in Korea
www.chinachamber.kr

China Chamber of Commerce in Korea protects the legitimate interests of its member companies, the Chinese companies which invest in Republic of Korea, in order to promote the mutually beneficial business environment between Korea and China. It also strives to strengthen understanding and communication exchanges between the two countries and promotes economic and trade cooperation and sound development of Korea and China.

Korea Chamber of
Commerce &
Industry in China
(KCCC)
www.korcham-china.net

Korea Chamber of Commerce & Industry in China protects the rights and interests of Korean companies that have entered China and supports their successful business through improving their business environment. It strives to provide practical services for their overseas business management and opportunities for information exchange among members through the Beijing Morning Forum, seminars, and meetings.

Business Institute
for Sustainable
Development of Korea
(BISD)
www.bisd.or.kr

Business Institute for Sustainable Development of Korea (BISD) serves as a bridge between business, government, political groups, consumers, and civil society. It also strives to lead the development of the national economy and advancement by engaging various stakeholders around the business environment through exchange of idea, communication and discussion.

 

ASEAN-Korea Centre
www.aseankorea.org/eng

ASEAN-Korea Centre was established as an intergovernmental organization with the aim to promote exchanges among Korea and the ten ASEAN Member States. The ASEAN-Korea Centre implements diverse work programs and activities to strengthen mutual cooperation and deepen friendship among the ASEAN Member States and Korea through increasing trade volume, accelerating investment flow, invigorating tourism, and enriching cultural and people-to-people exchange.

Korea-ASEAN Forum
Association (KAFA)
www.koreaaseanforum.com

Korea-ASEAN Forum Association is a private network of entrepreneurs and experts in diverse fields of industry connecting the 10 countries of Southeast Asia and Korea. KAFA contributes to cooperative friendship and common prosperity of Korea and ASEAN through the exchange in various private business fields of economy, society, culture, education, physical education, medicine, and science technology. KAFA runs various activities through this network for development of public sector, industrial development between Korea and ASEAN, and employment expansion.

 

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