Keppel Land Case Study

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BASF (Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik)
Sustainable development is a shared aspiration of humankind. From a company’s point of view just fulfilling corporate social responsibility to achieve economic, environmental and social sustainability, is not sufficient, sustainable development is an inevitable part.
BASF SE is the largest chemical producer in the world and has it‘s headquarter in Germany. The BASF Group comprises of subsidiaries and joint ventures in more than 80 countries and is operational in six integrated production sites and 390 production sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, Americas and Africa. It has customers in more than 200 countries and is suppliers to a wide variety of industries.
According to BASF innovation in chemistry is important to meet the growing demands of the people in the long term
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Keppel Land is recognised for its excellent portfolio of its residential developments and commercial properties. It is known for its high standards of corporate governance and transparency.
Keppel Land is renowned for its sustainability measures and is listed in “Corporate Knights' prestigious Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World 2015” second time in a row. Keppel Land is also a part of the Dow Jones Sustainability World and Asia Pacific Indices. It is among the top 15% of the companies all around the world who triggers Sustainability leadership and has featured in The Sustainability Yearbook for 5 consecutive years. Keppel Land is also a component of the Morgan Stanley International (MSCI) Global Sustainability and Socially Responsible Indices.
“Keppel Land is committed to delivering value to all our stakeholders through Sustaining Growth in our businesses, Empowering Lives of our people and Nurturing Communities wherever we

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