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12 June 2003
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Autor/in: Roxanne Roberts, Washington Post

the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS 2003 awards dinner - "We're not here to congratulate ourselves but to say business has only scratched the surface of its responsibilities," said Holbrooke, who serves as GBC president...Two companies were...

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10 April 2003
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Autor/in: Michael Smith, Guardian [UK]

The Tata group, one of India's largest private sector conglomerates (involving about 80 companies), is renowned worldwide for its commitment to social welfare...Housing for employees, company-run hospitals and schools, and rural development projects...

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1 January 1996
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Autor/in: Jane Nelson/Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum [now International Business Leaders Forum], in collaboration with The World Bank and The UN Development Programme

in "Business as partners in development: Creating wealth for countries, companies and communities"

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1 January 1996
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Autor/in: Jane Nelson/Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum [now International Business Leaders Forum], in collaboration with The World Bank and The UN Development Programme

extract from "Business as partners in development: Creating wealth for countries, companies and communities"

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1 January 1974
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Autor/in: Nani Palkhivala, senior executive and board member at Tata Group

[extract from "The humanistic face of capitalism", speech by Nani Palkhivala to the Indian Merchants Chamber, Bombay] [Nani Palkhivala was senior executive and board member at Tata Group, Professor of Law, Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court of India,...

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