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‘Governance without Guilt’


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The claim of ‘Garments without Guilt’ by Sri Lanka’s apparel industry is a good example of a credible customer promise that the industry does truly ‘live’ by.

How many business organisations can make the claim and more importantly ‘live’ ‘Governance without Guilt’? I am not referring to the well-crafted words in glossy annual reports, nor the glamorous ego-boosting awards.

I mean sincerely ‘Governance without Guilt’ in the way we treat our customers, staff, investors, suppliers and the environment.


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