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United Nations SDGs Practice

Understand the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

The SDGs of the United Nations have focused sustainable development issues worldwide and defined 17 Goals and 169 Targets to serve as the long-term objectives and sustainable development missions of governments, private enterprises, and non-profit organizations worldwide.
Enterprises must give due diligence to the United Nations SDGs and fulfill their corporate social responsibilities (CSR) under the SDG framework, which should serve as the highest guiding principle of sustainable development for the next 15 years. The United Nations SDGs provide an opportunity for TSC to define itself and contribute to the global sustainability agenda while clearly expressing its macroeconomic goals.

TSC's Commitments and Practices

TSC will continue to strengthen its sustainability strategy, comprehensively promote economic growth, advocate social equality and progress, and protect the environment in order to demonstrate the long-term value of the company.

In terms of "Future Business Strategy," TSC will integrate the United Nations SDGs into its mid- and long-term investments, strategies, and business models so the company may gain competitive advantage in the rapidly changing business environment.
The "Sustainable Corporate Development Strategy" for TSC from 2018-2021 is to incorporate the United Nations SDGs and circular economy concepts as part of its "Sustainable Development Strategy." TSC has identified the targets stipulated in the SDGs and taken corresponding actions to achieve these goals.

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