While companies recognize that there is a pressing need for them to take a firm stance against corruption and to actively fight it, it is becoming increasingly clear that only by working collectively will the private sector be able to bring about the systemic changes in the external operating environment that are required to eliminate corruption. This is particularly true in the global maritime industry, where corruption occurs as a result of the interplay of a multitude of public- and private-sector stakeholders.

The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) provides a unique platform for companies to take collective action in coordination with port and customs authorities, local NGOs, and national governments. This report provides a summary of the MACN collective action in Indonesia, which has established a concrete action plan for all stakeholders to drive change in the operating environment.    

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