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Two Australian companies in the recycling business clinched the top spots, while five Chinese firms made their debut in Corporate Knights’ Global 100 Index.
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Taiwan and Japan dominate new additions to the global sustainability benchmark, which saw the dropping of some incumbents, including Singapore's CDL. The real estate giant stayed on the Asia Pacific list for over a decade.
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Fast-growing economic powerhouses in the region such as India and China are staking their places on the ESG benchmark, though a few Japanese firms lost their spots on the Asia Pacific list.
Soaring living costs are triggering protests worldwide. After Sri Lanka, which countries might be next?
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Biometrics enrollment for the Philippine Identification System.
Expanding people’s access to finance, reducing the cost of digital transactions, and channeling wage payments and social transfers through financial accounts will be vital to mitigating recent economic setbacks in developing countries.
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The old development model based on economic growth has had its day, and India must choose a new alternative if it is to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Junice Yeo says that when it comes to sustainability awards and rankings, winning isn’t everything
Karel De Gucht
The EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht announced in the last few days that he has agreed to …
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