The 2019 Corporate Sustainability Latin America Progress Report reflects the regional progress in this area
04/07/2020 Since 10 months
The 2019 Latin America Progress Report, prepared by RobecoSAM, presents the results of the Corporate Sustainability Assessment to 2019. The report highlights the most significant strengths and weaknesses in sustainability performance throughout the region as a whole and in each one of these five countries: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.
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