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Australia(NTT Com ICT Solutions): English
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Indonesia: English
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Vietnam: English / 日本語

NTT Communications Group CSR

Our CSR activities aim to contribute to community prosperity and sustainability worldwide by creating new value and resolving problems through the information and communications services we provide as a Global ICT Partner.

The NTT Communications Group engages in CSR activities in a bid to solve social issues through information and communications technology (ICT). Our CSR Report provides an overview of these activities.

The NTT Communications Group is creating opportunities to conduct discussions with various stakeholders, with the view to engaging in a dialogue that facilitates closer communication.

The NTT Communications Group engages in a wide array of social contribution activities in accordance with its Social Action Principles. Active across the international cooperation, environmental conservation, health, medical, welfare, regional development, and other fields, the Group contributes to the realization of a rich society.

As a leading information and communications technology (ICT) company, all of us at NTT Communications are engaged in the protection of the Earth's environment on a global basis through leading-edge technological capabilities.

We are pushing forward a wide range of initiatives in order to allow the diverse members of the Group to excel.

NTT Communications has published a statement covering the year 2016, in accordance with the UK Modern Slavery Act.

To prevent any illegal, unethical or improper conduct, NTT has established a Group-wide Corporate Ethics Help Line.

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