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China Resources Holdings

China Resources is a diversified holding company working across five business areas, including consumer products, healthcare, energy services, urban construction and operations, technology and finance. The state-owned conglomerates consumer products segment focuses on the manufacture of beer, beverages, meat products, rice and frozen foods. Its subsidiaries CR Beer and CR C’estbon Beverage are among the leading beverage companies in China. Furthermore, the group operates CR Vanguard, one of the region's largest supermarket chains and CR Ng Fung, a leading food enterprise involved in food research and production, processing and retail.

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Governance and strategy

#1 4.2 /10 #120


#1 1.3 /30 #278


#1 0.0 /30 #278

Social inclusion

#1 2.2 /30 #243
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Segment Rank
Agricultural products and commodities #106
Animal proteins #60
Food and beverage manufacturers/processors #174
Food retailers #49

Segment ranking summary

The company ranks 106th in the agricultural products and commodities segment, 60th in the animal proteins segment, 174th in the food and beverage manufacturers and processors segment and 49th in the food retailers segment. The company performs best relative to peers in the governance and strategy measurement area, especially compared to peers in the agricultural products and commodities and animal proteins segments. The company has an opportunity to improve its performance by assigning responsibility for sustainability to the highest governance body. Across all its segments the company performs poorly in the environment and social inclusion measurement areas, as it lacks disclosure on key topics such as water use, respect for human rights, respect for health and safety, regulating working hours and paying living wages. The company performs the worst relative to peers in the nutrition measurement area as it lacks disclosure on topics such as food safety, responsible marketing and clear labelling.

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The core social indicators are part of the social inclusion measurement area. These indicators assess societal expectations of business conduct that companies should meet if they aspire to be part of a system transformation that leaves no one behind.

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Shenzhen, China
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