Concluding Remarks



This chapter concludes that by fulfilling an obligation to make core organizational decisions with CSR added on, a firm can demonstrate social responsibility values that benefit its stakeholders apart from fulfilling its economic self-interests for achieving corporate sustainability. The large oil and gas reserves and richly resource-based industries might have fueled the first 30 years of development in Bintulu. In 2008, the region is embarking on the next 30 years of growth with the launching of a renewable energy industrial park, Samalaju Industrial Park, which has attracted confirmed investments worth over Ringgit Malaysia (RM) 30 billion. This is a strategic industrial diversification which brings additional sources of revenue to the economy of Bintulu region.


Decision-making CSR Corporate sustainability Growth Development Emerging economy 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Loi & Mokhtar (Chartered Accountants) & Loi & Mokhtar ConsultingBintuluMalaysia

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