More TRACE Recognition for GAC in Cyprus and Greece

Marinelink.com
Thursday, April 04, 2013

Following the announcement that GAC Egypt has received TRACE international certification, two more GAC Group companies in the Eastern Mediterranean (Cyprus and Greece) have joined the ranks of companies recognized by the anti-bribery body.



TRACE International Inc. offers practical and cost-effective anti-bribery compliance solutions for multinational companies. The certification of GAC Cyprus and GAC Greece, after a stringent due diligence review of every aspect of their operations and key managers, underlines both companies' commitment to strictly adhering to ethical and legal business practices in order to provide top quality services whilst promoting transparency and honesty.

 

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