Auckland, New Zealand, 4 September 2017 – More than half of New Zealanders surveyed (53.9 percent) are contributing to charity, an increase of 11.1 percent compared to the previous year, according to findings from the latest Mastercard Ethical Spending and Charitable Giving Survey. The results are being released ahead of the International Day of Charity …
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In its latest Ethical Shopping report MasterCard revealed that consumers in emerging markets across Asia Pacific are more likely to choose a product based on whether it is socially responsible than those in developed markets. This may appear surprising, but the fast growth experienced by many emerging markets can often feel unplanned and disruptive, which …
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Indonesians, followed by Malaysians and Chinese most likely to choose a product based on whether it is fair trade, environmentally friendly or donates a portion of proceeds to charity, Kiwis and Australians least likely Chinese most likely to consider whether a merchant acts ethically when choosing where to shop, Japanese least likely The two most …
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