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Sustainability Practices in Asia-Pacific Dashboard


May 2017 | Excel Database

This database accompanies our Sustainability Practices in Asia-Pacific report, which analyzes the 2015 disclosure of environmental and social practices by public companies in 12 Asia-Pacific markets: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. The sustainability disclosure data are based on the full universe of publicly listed companies across these markets (a total of 24,623 companies). The database is a unique reference tool enabling businesses to benchmark their activities and performance against peers. Data on 95 environmental and social practices can be segmented by 12 economies, 10 sectors, and three revenue groups.


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Anke Schrader

Research Director, the China Center for Economics and Business
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