Middle East sees 'real opportunity' in sustainability - Supply Management
A focus on alternative energies is creating markets where sustainability can lend itself to economic growth ©PA Images
A focus on alternative energies is creating markets where sustainability can lend itself to economic growth ©PA Images

Middle East sees 'real opportunity' in sustainability

20 February 2018

Businesses in the Middle East are among the most prepared to invest in improving sustainability in their supply chains, a global survey of SMEs has found.

More than a third (36%) of SMEs in the UAE and Saudi Arabia have sustainability as one of their top three long-term objectives, second only to Indonesia, the HSBC research found.

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