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[PDF] Israel’s Leading Companies in Social Responsibility 2010 - Maala CSR Ranking

Author: Maala - Business for Social Responsibility [Israel], Published on: 9 June 2010

[Includes] Business ethics...Human rights and worklpace...Community involvement...Environment...Corporate governance [Top companies mentioned: Alvarion, Bank Hapoalim, Baran Group, Blue Square Israel, Cellcom, Discount Bank, Eden Springs, Elbit Systems Defence Systems, Gazit Globe, Leumi Bank, Makhteshim Agan Industries, Ormat Industries, Osem Group, Partner Communication, Strauss Group, Tambour, Teva Pharmaceutical, Applied Materials, Cts Group, Derech Eretz, Eci Telcom, Elta Systems, Hewlett-Packard Israel, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Israel, Motorola Israel, Netafim, P&G, Psagot Investment House, Rafael Advanced, Sandisk Israel, Unilever Israel]

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