Daily News March 21, 2016

EXCLUSIVE How One Company Embodies Corproate Social Responsibility One of the hallmarks of economic and social development in Latin America during the last decade and a half has been the increasing focus on corporate social responsibility (CSR) by both national and multinational firms. Undoubtedly one of the most well-conceived, relevant, and successful models of corporate social responsibility–and social entrepreneurship–in the region is SABMiller’s 4e Camino al Progreso Program. Latin Trade reports. More global banks seen exiting the region Global banks’ departures from Latin America will go on as they attempt to improve their return on capital by changing strategies and lowering their exposure to the risk presented in some Latin American markets, Fitch Ratings says. The risk presented by the […]

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