Charter of Corporate Behavior

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Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) has always advocated that, to build an affluent and vibrant society led by the private sector under a fair and free market economy, corporations must behave with a strong sense of ethical values and responsibility and gain trust and rapport from the public. To this end, Keidanren established its Charter of Corporate Behavior in 1991, in which it has laid down the principles for responsible behavior by corporations. The Charter and the Guidance have subsequently been revised several times to reflect changes in social conditions.

In November 2017, Keidanren revised its Charter of Corporate Behavior with the primary aim of proactively delivering on the SDGs through the realization of Society 5.0.
Charter of Corporate Behavior
Questionnaire Survey on the Implementation of Keidanren's Charter of Corporate Behavior