ethical investment

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ethical investment

n
(Commerce) an investment in a company whose activities or products are not considered by the investor to be unethical

ethical investment

The practice of making investment decisions based on ethical criterion. For example, an ethical investor may refuse to invest in enterprises that trade in or manufacture armaments.
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Tokyo, Dec 6, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today announced that it has for the first time been selected for the Ethibel EXCELLENCE Investment Register investment universe(1) by Forum ETHIBEL, a European non-profit organization that promotes socially responsible investing (SRI)(2) and corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Another way to engage in socially responsible investing is through shareholder activism.
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bishops have renewed and revised their commitment to socially responsible investing.
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Socially responsible investing is now a full-fledged movement with hundreds of funds for investors who don't want their money going to support companies involved in tobacco, military weapons production, firearms or nuclear power.
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And, when it comes 1;o investing that money you've saved, the Green Pages offers a section on socially responsible investing.

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