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Global Latinas: Part of the solution to Latin America’s social issues

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Latin American multinationals from Mexico to Brazil felt, and feel, the need to engage with their communities and societies. |   By Lourdes Casanova   | During the golden decade of 2002-2012, Latin America was able to improve social ills and reduce poverty by almost 20 percent. Emerging multinationals from the region thrived during these boom times and, at the same time, engaged in poverty alleviation programs and sustainable development. Their focus on combining business performance and social responsibility has been a winning formula. Latin American multinationals from Mexico to Brazil felt, and feel, the need to engage with their […]
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