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Oxfam corporate social responsibility survey of Hong Kong firms - HSBC, China Light Power, China Mobile top ranking

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16 April 2010

Oxfam Hong Kong Calls for Greater Government, Regulator Push on CSR amid Blue Chip Survey

Author: Oxfam Hong Kong

Oxfam Hong Kong releases 2009 CSR Survey of Hang Seng Index Constituent Companies…Hong Kong’s largest and most liquid listed companies…are increasingly aware of the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy and reporting. Still, majority of them have failed to embrace CSR in its totality, as Oxfam Hong Kong’s 2009 CSR Survey…found…OHK is calling for stronger regulations on companies…to strengthen the disclosure of non-financial corporate data based on the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) standards and to make CSR reporting mandatory to include the impacts of the company operations on employees or workplace, environment, supply chain…

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16 April 2010

[PDF] Corporate Social Responsibility Survey of Hang Seng Index Constituent Companies 2009

Author: Oxfam Hong Kong

[refers to Aluminium Corp of China, Bank of China, Bank of China (Hong Kong), Bank of Communications, Bank of East Asia, Cathay Pacific, Cheung Kong Holdings, China Construction Bank, China Life Insurance, China Merchants, China Mobile, China Overseas, China Resources Enterprise, China Resources Power, China Shenhua, China Unicom, CITIC Pacific, COSCO Pacific, CLP, CNOOC, Esprit, Foxconn, Hang Seng Bank, Hang Lung Properties, Henderson Land Development, HK Electric, HK Exchanges & Clearing, Hong Kong and China Gas, HSBC, Hutchison Whampoa, ICBC, Li & Fung, MTR, New World Development, PetroChina, Ping An, Sino Land, Sinopec, Swire Pacific, Sun Hung Kai, Tencent, Wharf Holdings]

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