Member of University of Nigeria, Nsukka



Demands of Individuals and the government for corporation environmental conservation are so stern. Corporation encounters a danger of environmental conservation. Environmental restraints contain important elements that should be regarded in corporation strategic control planning. This study explains the connection between environmental rule and corporation competitiveness and presents the elements that impact corporation environmental technique selection. It investigates the impact on the corporation. The competitiveness that corporation assumes various environmental control techniques and suggests various corporation strategic selection countermeasures by environmental restraints.


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