High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Pacific Basin
Economic Council (PBEC) Founded in 1967, the Pacific Basin Economic
Council is the oldest independent business association in the Asia
- Pacific region, whose members are C-level executives from
economies bordering the Pacific Rim and beyond. Serving as the
independent voice of business in the Pacific, PBEC provides a
meeting place for the diversity of industries, services and
professions that have made the Pacific Basin the world's growth
leader. PBEC has been a driving force in the region for the past
four decades, advocating environmental awareness, corporate social
responsibility, and transparency though working committees, policy
advocacy, and partnerships with organizations such as the Asian
Development Bank (ADB) / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and
Development (OECD) Anti-corruption Initiative, Pacific Economic
Cooperation Council (PECC), Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
(APEC), and the United Nations Global Compact.
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