Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Indonesia

The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN)

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Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Indonesia

In 2015, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) launched a Collective Action project in Indonesia with support from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and in partnership with the NGO Kemitraan.

Indonesia had been identified as a corruption hotspot among MACN member companies calling port in the country. The overall objective of the Collective Action was to increase the transparency of port operations, remove trade barriers such as facilitation payments, and increase the ease of doing business for British, international, and local businesses operating in Indonesia.

The immediate objective of the project was to increase transparency in regulations and to address integrity risks in the import and export clearance process for goods in Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta – one of Indonesia’s busiest ports.

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