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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)


Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is often built into the business model and is a way of ensuring that the business monitors its compliance with the law and industry standards. CSR embraces the company’s obligations and creates a positive impact through its activities and in some cases relates to a company going beyond its obligations in terms of its effect on the environment and impact on social welfare.

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