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World Economic Forum survey of 11,000 business leaders in 117 countries shows increasing concern about impacts of HIV/AIDS

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18 January 2006

Case Studies

Author: Global Health Initiative, World Economic Forum

The Global Health Initiative case study and supporting document library provides examples of business programmes that aim to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria on employees and communities. [with case studies on American International Group, AngloGold, Anglovaal, Austral, Bank Tabungan Negara, Barloworld, Barrick Gold, BMW, BP, ChevronTexaco, Coca-Cola]

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12 January 2006

Increased Concern About HIV/Aids Spreading Throughout the International Business Community

Author: World Economic Forum

Concern over the growing threat of HIV/AIDS is beginning to have a significant effect on the global business’ community, according to an extensive survey just released by the World Economic Forum. Nearly half (46%) of the business leaders surveyed...say they expect the disease to impact their operations over the next five years. [refers to MTV Networks]

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1 January 2006

[PDF] full report: "Business & HIV/AIDS: A Healthier Partnership?"

Author: David E Bloom, Lakshmi Reddy Bloom, David Steven, Mark Weston, World Economic Forum

[Case study section refers to American International Group (AIG), AngloGold, Anglovaal Mining, BTN, Barrick Gold, BMW, BP, Chevron, DaimlerChrysler, Geita Gold Mine, GM, Gold Fields, IBM, Lafarge, JW Marriott Hotel, Ricky Putra Globalindo, Modicare (part of Modi Enterprises), Nedcor (Nedbank), Nestlé, Nike, Old Mutual, PCS, Siemens, Sony, South Deep Mine, Standard Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Tata Tea Limited, Timberland, Unilever, Varig]

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