As stated in the Procedural Guidance to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises,
following conclusion of a Specific Instance and after consultation with the parties involved,
the NCP will make the results of the procedures publicly available. As Specific Instances are
not legal cases and NCPs are not judicial bodies, NCPs cannot directly order compensation nor compel parties to participate in a conciliation or mediation process.


This final statement describes the issues raised, the reasons why the NCP decided that the
issues raised merited further examination, and the procedures initiated by the NCP to
examine the issues raised in the submission. This statement also identifies recommendations made by the NCP to the enterprise on the implementation of the Guidelines.

To read full statement, please click here.


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