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The 58 Million 'Left-Behind' Children in China

SAI wrote recently that on a field visit to China, the topic of the 58 million "left-behind" children was brought up by virtually everyone we met with: leaders of grassroots migrant worker centers, global brands and government officials. The children's parents are the men and women who have migrated to work in 'China Inc.' -the super-competitive export manufacturing industry that has surged in growth over the past 30 years. These men and women are the very migrant…


Added by Henry Klen on April 2, 2012 at 8:56pm — No Comments

China, India, and the United States: Will the Real Environmental Rogue Please Stand Up?

"For Economist Carl J. Dahlman, a revamped global system is needed to deal with the twin problems of fiscal paralysis and the environment." see New SSPP Blog Post from Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy

Added by SsppJournal Sustainabilty on December 13, 2011 at 10:14am — No Comments

How China implements CSR internationally

Chen, chairman of China's Hainan Airlines Group, in a recent interview with Xinhua, said it was not easy for Chinese companies to do business in Australia due to differences in culture, concepts and business rules.

However, the Hainan Airlines Group, the parent of China's fourth-largest airline, Hainan Airlines, has managed to absorb an Australian business and establish a new company in Australia… Continue

Added by Dan Johnson on August 16, 2010 at 8:22pm — 1 Comment

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