Zooming in on ESG


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PETALING JAYA: The hot issue surrounding forced labour in Malaysia has put the environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives in the spotlight.

This came to the fore after some Malaysian companies of the likes of Top Glove and FGV Holdings were alleged to have embarked on forced labour practices involving some of their foreign workers.

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