IKEA, DPDHL and Unilever are among the companies that are responding to the needs of refugees in camps bordering Syria

While more than one million refugees made it to Germany millions more are living in refugee camps in countries bordering Syria. That’s where many European companies are targeting their efforts.  

One of the first is IKEA, which is taking an initiative to encourage social entrepreneurship – begun in India five...

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