Denmark latest to pass CSR reporting law

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European neighbours and multinationals will be watching closely as Danish government passes legislation requiring firms to produce CSR reports

Mandatory corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting will become a reality for large firms operating in Denmark from next year, after the Danish government last month passed legislation requiring...

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