Case Study

Global corporate accountability: Citibank and ethical investment strategy

2 pages
December 2001
Reference: IMD-3-1061

This case addresses the issue of decision making while complying with corporate ethics and social responsibility. Providing a loan to the project in Thailand may potentially benefit ruling military regime in Burma known for rampant human rights abuses. The case teaches that it is of paramount importance to companies doing business in emerging markets to choose not just the right partners and suppliers but also the right clients.

Keywords
Corporate Governance, Ethics, Conflict, Globalization, Banking
Settings
Thailand
2000
Type
Published Sources
Copyright
© 2001
Available Languages
English
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