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Oxford University Press employs almost 6,000 people, and has a presence in 100 countries worldwide. It is important to us that we carry out our work in accordance with our core values and principles at all times, and in all territories. We have a number of codes and guidelines that we adhere to, and that help frame our relationships with our suppliers, authors, customers and other partners.

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