China: On a long climb up the ESG ladder

ESG rating distribution for various MSCI indices

China is the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, compels imprisoned Muslims in Xinjiang to toil in factories, and has Communist Party committees embedded in companies, exercising a shadowy influence over management. It is, in other words, not exactly a poster child for good ESG performance.

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