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2010 Corporate Responsibility Report: UNGC Progress United Nations Global Compact—Communication on Progress 2010In June 2009, Intel became a member of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), a platform for encouraging and promoting good corporate principles and learning experiences in the areas of human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. The UNGC principles have been engrained in our approach to corporate responsibility and business practices for many years. As part of our commitment to the UNGC, we have mapped the principles with the relevant discussions in the report, which detail our actions and progress made against the principles during 2010, including our work with other organizations in these areas. In addition to our commitment to promote the UNGC principles in our operations, Intel will continue to support the UNGC in its work to expand country networksRead the full Corporate Responsibility Report.
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