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[PDF] Doing business while advancing peace and development

Author: United Nations Global Compact, Published on: 1 June 2010

Conflict affects a society at all levels…business has an interest in promoting peace and development, two main objectives of the United Nations…what is the scope of the private sector’s contribution in conflict prevention, post-conflict reconstruction and peace-building efforts?…[T]his publication showcases how companies from different sectors are contributing to peace and development in difficult environments around the world. It provides helpful examples of how companies from a variety of sectors operating in different conflict-prone or post-conflict environments around the world are dealing with some of the challenges they are confronting. [refers to BP, Talisman Energy, Satemwa Tea Estate, Protina, Sagya, United RUSAL, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, Petrobras, Newmont Mining, Sumitomo Chemical (part of Sumitomo Group), PricewaterhouseCoopers, Coca Cola, Energoinvest, ArcelorMittal, Komatsu, Safaricom, Aastra, Promon]

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Related companies: Arcelor Mittal BP Coca-Cola Dick Smith Foods Komatsu Newmont Goldcorp Petrobras PricewaterhouseCoopers RUSAL Safaricom Satemwa Sumitomo Chemical (part of Sumitomo Group) Sumitomo Group Talisman (part of Repsol)