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Khurshid’s CSR: India debates 2% levy on business

Khurshid’s CSR: India debates 2% levy on business

By Stephen Frost Companies and the Government in India appear to be squaring off over CSR provisions in a bill before parliament that could see business paying a two per cent levy to be spent on socially and environmentally responsible practices. At the heart of the debate is Salman Khurshid, the Minister of Corporate Affairs, […]

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Stephen Frost: Co-founders and ED of CSR Asia

Stephen Frost: Co-founders and ED of CSR Asia

Stephen FROST is one of the co-founders and an Executive Director of CSR Asia. He  is also an assistant professor at the Department of Asian and International Studies at the City University of Hong Kong. He is in high demand as a speaker internationally, has consulted for numerous companies, governments and multilateral organisations, and is […]

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Former Secretary Santha Sheela Nair appointed as CSR counsel for Hindustan Copper and NALCO

Former Secretary Santha Sheela Nair appointed as CSR counsel for Hindustan Copper and NALCO

NEW DELHI: Ahead of the Rs 4,000 crore FPO of Hindustan Copper likely on December 6, the mines ministry plans to appoint its former Secretary Ms Santha Sheela Nair as a counsel for the PSU’s image makeover as a socially responsible corporate, a move aime d at wooing maximum number of investors. Besides Hindustan Copper, […]

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