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1 February 2010
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Auteur: Global Business Initative

[A] number of themes were raised during the roundtable…When addressing the human rights responsibilities of business – there needs to be a stronger link made to…concerns such as poverty, natural resource use, climate change, conflict and corruption...

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24 August 2009
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Auteur: Tamilnet.com

A ‘political solution’ not to meet Tamil aspirations but to 'facilitate' the interests of the multinational corporations (MNC) is what in the agenda, Tamil circles said...Chandra Lal de Alwis, president of the National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka,...

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27 April 2009
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Auteur: Salil Tripathi, Far Eastern Economic Review

Most Indian businesses are growing accustomed to criticism from bloggers. Yet there are still some that, instead of mounting a PR offensive, send in their lawyers and try to stifle speech on the Internet. What they’re finding is that this approach is...

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28 February 2009
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Auteur: Shantanu Guha Ray, Tehelka [India]

These are India’s newly-anointed royals...who have just figured in the Forbes list of the world’s most powerful billionaires... — Mukesh Ambani, who heads India’s largest company by market cap [Reliance], his younger brother Anil, steel magnate LN...

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4 February 2009
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30 January 2009
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Auteur: Ranjan Kamath

...[W]hen I saw you embrace the fascist mastermind of state sponsored genocide and endorse the Modi-fication of India, it was disappointingly apparent that the brands that aspire to make India rich shall continue to languish in ethical poverty...All...

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4 January 2009
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Auteur: Sreelatha Menon, Business Standard [India]

When...the tinkle of corporate social responsibility (CSR) announcements is getting less and less audible amidst the growing economic gloom, British Telecom (BT) has come out with a sustainability index for Indian companies...which is a survey of 215...

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18 November 2008
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18 November 2008
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Auteur: BT

BT has developed a Sustainable Development Index for India as a means to measure the performance of business in India in their progression towards sustainable development over time. The key findings from the BT Sustainable Development Index in India...

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