The idea that,
making money, enterprises
need to have public responsibilities remains a source of controversy. In my opinion,
generating profit is the top priority for each company, I agree that they should
conduct their business in a socially responsible manner. Written by Ngoc Bach Website: www.ngocbach.com Page 11 On the one hand, the efforts of companies to maximise their
may have some benefits for society as a whole. 
, the higher the
earned by enterprises, the more taxes they pay to the government.
As a result
, authorities may have more revenue to spend in key fields, including education and health care, which leads to an improvement in the quality of life of the whole community. 
, by earning huge
companies have the opportunity to grow their business.
, firms could use their capital to expand their production, creating new job opportunities within the community.
On the other hand
, there are strong reasons why businesses should
accept that they have social responsibilities.  The first reason is that their activities have an effect on the environment. Without controls, production processes may result in serious environmental degradation,
as global warming stemming from factory emissions or the irresponsible disposal of industrial waste.
, if factories installed waste treatment systems
of discharging chemical wastes into rivers, water pollution could be controlled.  Another reason is that enterprises should help those who are less fortunate
since they have the money to do so.
, big corporations
as Unilever and Vinamilk have enhanced their public image through philanthropic actions
as providing scholarships and giving charitable donations. In conclusion,
I recognise that making
is the fundamental principle of business, I would argue that all businesses should profoundly reflect upon their social responsibilities.