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Business in Indonesia may have emerged from the global financial crisis more or less unscathed, but companies in the country cannot escape the higher expectations of corporate accountability that have come in its wake. Indeed according to the results of the 2010 Edelman Trust Barometer, informed publics in Indonesia have higher expectations of corporate accountability than any other country in Asia Pacific.
The results of this year’s study indicate that business in Indonesia cannot afford to relax, despite the strong performance of the local economy,” said Chadd McLisky, chairman of IndoPacific Edelman. “Trust has evolved from being a welcome side effect of corporate activity to a distinct line of business that companies must monitor closely and manage effectively in order to maintain a license to operate.”
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