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[Societal Impact] Phitrust Partenaires publishes its 2019 Activity and Impact Report

[Societal Impact] Phitrust Partenaires publishes its 2019 Activity and Impact Report

Phitrust Partenaires publishes its 2019 Activity and Impact Report

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[Press Release] Value sharing in a crisis context, caution points for annual general meetings

[Press Release] Value sharing in a crisis context, caution points for annual general meetings

Several scenarios for the end of the crisis today foresee a two-speed economy with some sectors that will recover strongly and others that may still have to rely on governmental support and will probably have to resort to layoffs.

[Press Release] Phitrust Asia welcomes new private and institutional investors,  including the SIDI and supports Green Butcher, indonesia’s first plant-based meat  social enterprise

[Press Release] Phitrust Asia welcomes new private and institutional investors, including the SIDI and supports Green Butcher, indonesia’s first plant-based meat social enterprise

Phitrust Asia signed an agreement with new investors, both private and institutional, including the Sidi, for a total amount of 875.000 USD in order to invest in promising social enterprises in South East Asia. Phitrust Asia’s first sector of focus is sustainable agriculture and food. This capital increase gave Phitrust Asia the opportunity to make this past February an investment in Green Butcher, a pioneer enterprise from Indonesia in the fast growing segment of sustainable food.

[Press Release] Danone, is there a hidden agenda ?

[Press Release] Danone, is there a hidden agenda ?

Following the decision of Danone's Board of Directors to separate management functions between a non-executive chairman, Emmanuel Faber, and a Chief Executive Officer to be recruited, the Board reaffirmed its support for the "Local first" plan presented in November 2020.

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