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CONGRATULATIONS! You have now
completed this WebQuest and have an understanding of Corporate Social
Responsibility and Business Ethics.
It is important to remember the skills you have learnt throughout this process, skills such as honesty and trustworthiness, integrity, and responsibility. You should also appreciate that you can learn from others who have different opinions or beliefs to your own; this is done best when you respect other people.
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