Socially Responsible Investing Around the Globe Isn’t Easy

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Oct 2014
Global, October, 05 2014 - So-called socially responsible investors—who seek to marry long-term competitive financial results with social objectives—have to tangle with yet another risk in emerging markets: the relative lack of disclosure and universal reporting standards, which could make it harder to dig out unethical corporate behavior.

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