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Tian Yi Ge, founded by Fan Qin during the 16th century, offers a perfect respite from the urban bustle and congestion in Ningbo, China.
APP recently opened two of its mills, which the company says are amongst the world’s largest and efficient within the industry, to journalists visiting the company’s operations in China.
If you want to see just how complicated a supply chain can be, the operations of Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) on Hainan Island, China, gives an idea of what goes into products that we often take for granted.
A visit to some of APP’s facilities in China, where millions of tree seedlings are germinated each year, suggests that the $12 billion company is keeping its zero-deforestation promise.
Unilever aims to revamp its advertising campaigns to eliminate gender stereotypes and resonate better with the public.
Asia Pulp and Paper is changing its tone and approach toward environmentalists and the media. 3p's Leon Kaye headed to China to learn more about the company's sustainable forestry efforts and the challenges that remain.
The evidence suggests that Asia Pulp and Paper, which ranks among the world’s largest pulp and paper companies and one that is important to many companies' supply chains, is beginning to listen after a decade of withering exposes and censure from the international media.
Mitsubishi estimates that the total cost of refunds to car owners in Japan who were affected by the automaker’s mileage scandal will soar as high as $600 million.
Marks and Spencer, which operates over 1,000 stores across the United Kingdom and three continents, makes the case that customers should be at the core of any company’s drive to stay profitable while becoming even more responsible.
One project underway at a leading university in Bangladesh shows promise in helping those vested in the country’s garment sector to work together in order to bolster the safety and human rights of employees.
The terrorist risk in Bosnia is rooted in the 1990s civil war, and in the presence of groups assessing themselves as alternative to the official Islamic community.
Uber has its struggles, but there is one market where the ridesharing company is eyeing virgin territory and sees potential: Africa.