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ESG Industry Report Card: Chemicals

The most meaningful risk for chemical companies arises from their environmental exposure. The global trend toward more stringent environmental regulation heightens this risk that virtually all chemical companies around the world face. Social factors also pose significant risk, only marginally lesser than environmental issues. This report card expands on the Risk Atlas sector analysis by focusing on the credit-specific impacts, which in turn forms the basis for analyzing the exposures and opportunities of individual companies in the sector.

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