Suntory: Asia Lies at Heart of Sustainability Challenges

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Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Suntory: Asia Lies at Heart of Sustainability Challenges” – below is their description.

Takeshi Niinami, president and chief executive officer of Japanese beverage maker Suntory Holdings, discusses how his company plans to tackle climate issues. Eurasia Group, GZERO Media, which are led by Ian Bremmer, and Suntory said they are forming the Sustainability Leaders Council, with aims to create an action‐oriented sustainability agenda for governments and the private sector, particularly in Asia. Niinami speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”


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