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The government has notified the rules for corporate social responsibility (CSR) spending under the new companies law, putting in place the much-debated plan aimed at encouraging companies to spend a portion of their profits on projects that benefit society. Under the plan, companies above a certain threshold have to spend 2% of average profit of the previous three years on CSR activities specified by the government, which does not include political funding. Companies that are unable to do so have to give reasons for falling short.
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