Secretary Clinton Presents 2011 Awards for Corporate Excellence

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
January 18, 2012

The U.S. Department of State presented the thirteenth annual Secretary of State's Award for Corporate Excellence (ACE) on January 18, 2012, during a ceremony in the Benjamin Franklin Room of the Harry S. Truman building, Washington, DC. The prestigious ACE recognizes the important role of U.S. businesses in advancing good corporate governance and democratic principles worldwide. The award honors exemplary business practices, corporate social responsibility, and innovation in a company's overseas operations.

You can view a transcript of the Secretary's remarks here.

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palgye
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South Korea
January 22, 2012

Palgye in South Korea writes:

EU and China, USA President election.

I think is a European power policy for solving the economic crisis, Japan's money crisis in Europe, and around January February crisis, the more stable-looking to think that Europe can expect.

China, the consumption of Europe to solve missing until today, the only workaround is considered. China's consumption of China's internal quality improvement and expansion of large-scale think we should adopt a power policy, and If, when China implemented these policies, the exchange rate regime for China Preferential should extend at least until 2012 to think. Of course, very grossly pictured policy, but cause fewer side effects, the economy is completely down came, rather than defeat in the elections, but of course it is, perhaps, even adversely affect the election, about the possibility of economic recession, and my concern to think of some way to dispel. China also wants a powerful ...

Now, who, on how to resolve it with hegemony, I think is a critical time. Also, to eliminate Element,any threat...

L.Evens
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Canada
January 18, 2012

L. Evens in Canada writes:

I hope non of the awards go to pippa/sopa affiliated companies/supporters - awards should not be given to companies that fail to innovate with the times.

i hope non go to companies that are affiliated with Murdoch who has made a considerable amount of money of off criminal activities, political subversion. Funny how he supports SOPA but has engaged in much worse than any downloaded. If England had justice and know corrupt influence he would be in jail and should be.

Here is a lesson in organized crime - start a corporation - hire people that will break the law and make lots of money - pretend you knew nothing. Oh and lets not forget to surround yourself with politicians.

Mike
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Pennsylvania, USA
January 18, 2012

Mike in Pennsylvania writes:

Proctor & Gamble has a pretty good corporate social responsibility record the past few years. If only more corporations acted so responsibly in Nigeria.

Secondary L.
January 22, 2012

SGL writes:

Here is a lesson in organized crime - start a corporation - hire people that will break the law and make lots of money - pretend you knew nothing. Oh and lets not forget to surround yourself with politicians.

palgye
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South Korea
January 22, 2012

Palgye in South Korea writes:

"Sec in doing the attacking, absolutely, is the opposite. Send Christmas gifts to the president, for one year that I tried to persuade someone as collateral, the President with his family trying to make time for people to send and mediated.

In Korea, the parliamentary elections on April 11, the 19th, there is. Obviously, silpaehalgeogo minimal qualifications, but I wanted to run for (If successful, the odds of 1 / 10000000, but to polish your skills, to create a political party, the bigger the dream, to see unfold .... Well, at least four years to wait, then I think it was a very difficult situation is.)

So, Samsung, MB I, think that will not hide my anger.

Reality is too obvious, though, would be challenging, even the minimum conditions, to get it, apparently, robbed ...

So, the German court victory for apple.com is coming up to me with joy.

In this situation, I am sure, continue to attack the Samsung'll do it. And, Samsung, Samsung and Samsung's business partners, rather than working on, to the workers in South Korea - about 40% is expected as a non-regular workers. Samsung only, in fact, 60 percent of non-regular workers in Korea - was to continue,

Germany will respect the court's ruling. My personal opinion, but Samsung's smartphone and pc taebeulraet the i-phone and i-pad to think of the copy. To prevent a downturn in Asian markets, one of a small jetty yeotgie, opposition to sanctions, but In the news today,

In Beijing, China to start talks with Iran and I saw that news. A very large breakwater, in the fog is starting to look a little bit to think.

PS Brother, resembles too many, not logic, just feels that.
-Rex Wong, in Ethiopia ...

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