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25 Jun 2004

Autor*in:
Sir Geoffrey Chandler

[DOC] Corporate Social Responsibility: The International Aspects

Companies today have a choice – of continuing to oppose anything that goes beyond the voluntary, so incurring further erosion of reputation and public trust, or of engagingly constructively with efforts to provide an appropriate regulatory framework.

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