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Traducere: Adina Tudor şi Rebeca Pop, Forum for International Communications.
Adaptare: Dana Oancea, Forum for International Communications
În original, "Corporate Social Responsibility". Copyright Institute for Public Relations. Septembrie 2008.
Copyright 2008 Forum for International Communications pentru versiunea în limba română. Text reprodus cu acordul IPR.

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