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You look at companies like Motorola and Nokia—these type of guys who are big pushers of being socially responsible. Well, they are not really. Because what you’re doing is you’re just going to a factory that’s giving it to you for five cents less," he says. "But how do you think they got it to five cents less? It’s because they’re cutting corners.

The former VP of Flextronics—a major electronics supplier—talks about the difficulties of trying to be a responsible company while also delivering on the seductive promises of China’s economy.

(Source: fastcoexist.com)