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Statsguru: Six charts that show India's rich remain reluctant givers

Overall CSR allocations appear to have taken a hit during the pandemic even as they became skewed towards certain sectors

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Sachin P Mampatta 



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Industrialised states such as Maharashtra are more likely to have companies sizable enough to spend on CSR.

Those worth Rs 50,000 crore or more gave away 0.09 per cent of their wealth in the financial year 2020-21 (FY21), shows data from the India Report 2022, a joint study by global consultancy Bain and Company and non-governmental organisation Dasra. This is much lower than the UK (0.44 per cent), China (1.48 per cent) and the US (2.52 per cent). The trend is similar for those in other wealth brackets as well (chart 1).

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First Published: Mon, March 28 2022. 06:10 IST

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