ArcelorMittal Liberia

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Ethics and governance

We believe in open and visible governance, grounded in business reality. We take steps to understand the true impact of our operations, predict the future consequences, and manage risks consistently across our operations. We endeavor to engage meaningfully with key stakeholders and respond in a transparent manner.

ArcelorMittal held the third annual Stakeholder Engagement Conference in Cari, Bong County in February 2013. One of the core objectives of the stakeholder conference is to strengthen existing mechanisms for addressing and reporting on stakeholders’ concerns, grievances and issues related to ArcelorMittal operations in Liberia. The two-day event was attended by more than 75 participants representing line ministries of government, community and traditional leaders, youth groups including women organizations and civil society.

On 18 February, 2013, the external affairs and corporate responsibility department released a new government affairs strategy for Liberia. The strategy represents ArcelorMittal’s commitment to building and strengthening its relations with the Government of Liberia to support the objectives of its operations in Liberia and combine other forms of engagement in accordance with the highest standard of corporate governance and business ethics.