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Tobacco Companies Use Corporate Social Responsibility for Political Purposes

Corporations may use corporate social responsibility programmes not only to improve their public image, but also to gain access to politicians, influence agendas, and shape public health policy to best suit their own interests. In a research article led by Gary Fooks from the University of Bath’s Tobacco Control Research Group in the UK and published in this week’s ‘PLoS Medicine’, these programmes are revealed as “an innovative form of corporate political activity”.

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