Introduced about a decade ago, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) remains a relatively new concept in Vietnam’s business community. Khổng Loan takes a look at how it can be further implemented in the country in this story for the ‘CSR in the ASEAN Community’, Reporting ASEAN: 2015 and Beyond programme.
What constitutes Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? That’s the question on everyone’s lips in Burma, where the term is being interpreted differently by businesses. Kyaw Hsu Mon of ‘The Irrawaddy’ reports for the ‘CSR in the ASEAN Community’, Reporting ASEAN: 2015 and Beyond programme.
Giving back to the community. Being an inclusive business. A business that makes partners out of its suppliers and the communities around it. These are some of the ways Philippine businesses define corporate social responsibility (CSR), a habit that is acquiring more relevance against the backdrop of ASEAN integration.