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Issued by Transparency International in Brazil



Transparencia Internacional Brasil se permite informar que noticias publicadas recientemente en periódicos de América Latina sobre los resultados de nuestro estudio “” (TRAC Brasil 2018) han sido tomadas fuera de contexto y muchas no obedecen a la verdad.

Es por este motivo que aclaramos lo siguiente:

Transparencia Internacional Brasil continuará reconociendo e incentivando los esfuerzos genuinos de las compañías que buscan mejorar sus estándares. Las empresas con pasado de corrupción no necesariamente se excluyen de las mismas, pero nuestra organización mantendrá su compromiso de trabajar incansablemente para que estos cambios no se limiten al papel, y que podamos comprometer de la misma forma al mercado y a la sociedad para seguir presionando por este objetivo.


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