One complaint concerned possible inadequate due diligence by a company in conjunction with its establishment of subsidiaries in several West African countries. After the NCP's initial assessment, the specific instance was approved for further consideration and was submitted for mediation between the parties. The parties reached an agreement, which was then sent to the NCP. The NCP assessed that the agreement between the parties considered all of the aspects of the original complaint and that it was in accordance with the OECD Guidelines. On this basis, the NCP closed the case.
You can find more information in the NCPs Annual Report 2014 on page 10