Sustainability: why South Korea’s industrial firms need to do more

By Jason Perks
Guardian – South Korea’s industrial exports are widely respected but its companies’ lack of sustainability strategies is holding them back.
When it comes to sustainability, industrial firms are perhaps not the first that spring to mind. Their performance is patchy, to say the least. A recent study compared global leaders in the diversified industrial sector – that is to say engineering, construction and production companies, who manufacture a wide variety of products – with their counterparts in South Korea, a country widely respected for its industrial exports. Significant gaps are becoming evident between a small group of leaders, who continue to show groundbreaking innovation, and the rest of the pack.

Source and Photo: Guardian,March 27th, 2012
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