Global Companies and Global Regulation
In a global economy, corporate responsibility has to interact with the specific social and environmental aspects of each Nation-State, which consequently are not viewed as local differences but rather as elements of market competition. This interaction has to concentrate on complex matters such as profitability and the protection of financial equilibriums, respect for ethical codes, environmental concerns and social profiles in general.
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