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Almost all Malaysians think businesses should do social good

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How important is CSR to your organisation?

According to a new YouGov Omnibus research, 92% of Malaysians think businesses have a responsibility to do social good, suggesting that corporate social responsibility (CSR) remains an important consideration for Malaysian businesses.

Overall, half of Malaysians (52%) believe businesses have a responsibility to ensure their supply chain does not harm the environment.

Compared with the wider APAC region (50%), Malaysians (52%) are slightly more likely to believe that businesses have a responsibility to ensure their supply chain doesn’t harm the environment.

Additionally, nearly half (48%) of Malaysian consumers also believe businesses have a responsibility to ensure that their supply chain is free from damaging practices, such as forced labour, while more than half of Malaysians believe that businesses have a responsibility to give to charity (58%) and assist upskilling members of the community (52%).

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