ISO Consumer Policy Committee consideration of international standard on CSR. Bill Dee, Chair, COPOLCO working Group on Global market standards Auckland, 20 February 2002. Background.
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Bill Dee, Chair, COPOLCO working Group on Global market standards
Auckland, 20 February 2002
Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) states that, “[w]hile there is no single, commonly accepted definition of ....CSR, it generally refers to business decision-making linked to ethical values, compliance with legal instruments, and respect for people, communities and the environment.
Governmental (Domestic Legislation) Initiatives
in keeping with WTO commitments which stipulate that national/regional standards are to be based on international standards, international standards help to promote equal opportunities in cross-border trade;