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Saudi Arabia: Winners of national 2010 "responsible competitiveness" awards announced - recognize achievement in integrating social & environmental goals into business

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25 January 2010

[DOC] Saudi Responsible Competitiveness Index 2010

Author: AccountAbility

The National Commercial Bank, National Petrochemical Industrial Company and Marafiq were named as the three winners of the 2010 King Khalid Responsible Competitiveness Awards…The Awards recognize outstanding achievement in integrating social and environmental goals into business performance. Award winners are shortlisted from the Saudi Responsible Competitiveness Index, a detailed annual benchmark by the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), the King Khalid Foundation and the global research institute AccountAbility…80 companies...participated in the 2010 Saudi Responsible Competitiveness Index.

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25 January 2010

[PDF] The Saudi Responsible Competitiveness Index and the King Khalid Responsible Competitiveness Awards 2010

Author: King Khalid Foundation, SAGIA and AccountAbility

The Saudi Responsible Competitiveness Index analyses how Saudi companies are building competitive advantage by managing their social and environmental impacts… The three strongest performers on the Index – those companies that have made the most progress at aligning core operations to environmental and social development – will win the King Khalid Responsible Competitiveness Awards … Assessment of each firm is made against seven drivers of responsible competitiveness…responsible business climate, smart philanthropy, attracting and developing talent, business standards and compliance, responsible supply chains, product service and innovation, responsible communications.

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