Unusual champions of global sustainability

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Scid_cover3_2 It is often assumed that the greatest potential for improving business environmental practice in developing countries lies with foreign multinationals and not with the countries' own businesses.

These case studies reject this common assumption and point to the crucial role of developing-country firms as they serve the world's most populous and fastest growing markets

Says Simone Pulver the guest editor of "Greening Development: The Role of the Developing-Country Private Sector" published in the "Studies in Comparative International Development" [subscription required]. The recent issue is based on case studies of selected firms in China, India and Latin America.

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