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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Commission Hands Businesses 'Carte Blanche'
عدد مرات القراءة 19972006-03-23

COMMISSION HANDS BUSINESSES ‘CARTE BLANCHE’

The Commission today presented its long awaited Communication on
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for businesses throughout Europe
and threw its support behind a ‘European Alliance for CSR’, a loose
business club without any framework, monitoring or controlling mechanism.

Speaking following the presentation in the European Parliament UK Green
MEP for London, Jean Lambert, expressed her concerns over the impact
such a decision will have on both our environment and social welfare.

Jean commented; “ By underlining the voluntary basis of CSR, the
Commission is giving businesses carte blanche to operate as they want,
with scant regard for environmental or social concerns.

“Seeking to drive up standards, while placing companies under no
obligation to do so, is wishful thinking. The voluntary approach plays
into the hands of businesses that want to maximise their profits by
exploiting their employees or at the expense of the environment. If the
EU seriously wants to compete it should be on the basis of quality
rather than low pay and weak labour standards.”






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