Monday, September 28, 2009

On the Occasion of the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh: A perspective offered by the European Baha'i Business Forum

EBBF ( the , an international NGO representing businesspeople across 70 countries and dedicated to inspiring responsible business practices has issued an ethical perspective on the economic recovery

The perspective of the EBBF was the subject of a CNBC online article. -gw
World leaders, whether political, corporate or of civil society, must have the courage to undertake deep-seated and far-reaching changes. Legal standards, political and economic theories are solely designed to safeguard the interests of humanity as a whole. Humanity should not be made to suffer for the preservation of the integrity of any particular law or doctrine. The economy has globalized but we are still bound by 19th-century mental constructs of nationalism and sovereignty.
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