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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

Organizations relating to Business Enterprises

Latin American Association of International Marketing Companies
Young Enterprise/Junior Achievement Francophone Africa Region / Est. 1993
Euralliance Farma / Est. 1992
European Centre for Business Diffusion, Promotion and Advertising / Est. 1987
EUROFIMA European Company for the Financing of Railroad Rolling Stock / Est. 1956
European Association for the Streamlining of Energy Exchange-gas / Est. 2002
International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility / Est. 2002
Caribbean Business Enterprise Initiative / Est. 2001
Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation / Est. 1988
Asociación Interamericana de Empresas de Telecomunicaciones / Est. 1982
Soroptimist International of the Americas / Est. 1921
Information and Communication Network for Inter-Regional Technology Transfer
Electronic Business Group / Est. 1998
BUSINESSEUROPE / Est. 1958
International Family Enterprise Research Academy / Est. 2001
European Business History Association / Est. 1994
ISG International School of Business / Est. 1967
Gulf Investment Corporation / Est. 1983
Caribbean Herbal Business Association
European Business Council for Africa and the Mediterranean / Est. 1973
CDC Group / Est. 1948
Femmes, développement et entreprise en Afrique / Est. 1987
World Ocean Council / Est. 2008
Foundation for African Informal Business Sector
International Pipe Line and Offshore Contractors Association / Est. 1966

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World Problems relating to Business Enterprises

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Industrial espionage
Unethical commercial practices
Deficient business leadership
Underground economy
Alcoholic intoxication at work
Risk of capital investment
Excessive salaries of corporate executives
Corporate crime
Corporate greed
Cyclic business recessions
Unethical construction practices
Failure to to observe contractual terms of payments
Corporate control of genetic material
Unethical practices in the service sector
Workers uninterested in production
Underpayment for work
Disappearance of common land
Business bankruptcy
Insufficient enterprise capital
Official privilege
Travellers' enhanced risk of disease
Corporation financial secrecy
Deficient company legislation
Trade barriers against developing countries
Unbridled economic competition

Action Strategies relating to Business Enterprises

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Transferring environmentally sound management industrial practice through joint ventures
Forging distinctive community identity
Regulating industrial environmental performance
Monitoring companies
Monitoring business activity
Scrutinizing practices of transnational corporations
Developing codes of conduct for international business
Cooperating for sustainable development
Strengthening ties between manufacturers
Ensuring corporate social responsibility
Clarifying rules of governance
Practicing corporate environmental self-assessment
Providing checks on societal decision-making
Forming public - private partnerships
Adopting environmental codes of conduct for business
Enhancing corporate environmental responsibility
Initiating common land use
Sponsoring commercial research and development
Increasing small farmers enterprise and income
Ensuring sustainable industrial development
Developing eco-tourism business strategies for biodiversity conservation
Creating environmental education partnerships with industry
Developing electronic commerce
Greenwashing
Requiring full criminal liability of corporations

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