Mahindra, Aditya Birla and Godrej are among the big Indian companies that have set out ambitious sustainability goals as part of their CSR strategies

India’s contradictions extend to corporate social responsibility, which has traditionally been focused on philanthropy. It is the first country in the world to enshrine corporate giving into law, passing legislation in April 2014 requiring businesses with annual revenues of more than 10bn rupees (£105m) to give away 2% of...

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