PARIS – French automotive suppliers have embarked on a program to measure their good citizenship. Social responsibility and sustainable development goals are soft subjects, far from the bottom line, but they are becoming more important because to ignore them is to risk failure, Vigeo Group President Nicole Notat says. Vigeo, billed as a corporate social ratings agency, was set up by investor groups and European multinationals to help companies raise their good-citizen quotient. FIEV, ...

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