In particular, secure total understanding within the company of the spirit of the Antimonopoly Law, which is a fundamental rule of a free market economy, and create an antimonopoly compliance program.
Also, arrange a setup whereby employees can obtain advice on legal questions pertaining to business activities.
Refrain not only from illegal acts, but also from excessive competition lacking economic rationale and the use of unfair means in pursuing profits, as well as opaque behavior that cannot be explained in the international arena.
The results of market activities when cultivating business opportunities through fair, transparent, free competition should be reflected fairly in the profits and losses of each economic entity; one is not to shift to others the risks and losses that are properly one's own.
Furthermore, refrain from any reliance on government organs that could be mistaken for collusion.
Obtain information through legal means and store and use it under appropriate management standards.
Actively reconsider, from the perspective of fairness and transparency, systems and practices that have long been considered a matter of course and endeavor to make them internationally acceptable.