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23/03/2022 04:34pm

MACN plans to set up anti-corruption tools in maritime sector

image MACN plans to set up anti-corruption tools in maritime sector

Mumbai, Mar 23 (KNN) In an effort to curb unethical activities in the maritime sector, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is planning to deploy some of its tested anti-corruption tools across Indian ports.

It also aims to deepen its engagement in India by expanding to additional ports including Chennai.

This was said by the MACN officials at a webinar organised in coordination with Maritime Association of Nationwide Shipping Agencies (MANSA).

The webinar kick-started the `Say No’ campaign with an objective to reduce integrity issues and bottlenecks to trade during operations in Indian ports.

In 2019, MACN had launched a Port Integrity Campaign in India to reduce and in the long term eliminate integrity issues and bottlenecks to trade during operations at Indian ports with a pilot campaign at Mumbai and JNPT port.

Established in 2011, MACN’s objective is to have a maritime industry that is free of corruption and enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large. (KNN Bureau)

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