The sustainable development strategy is part of the virtual soul of the Group

General Sustainable Development Policy

28 April 2020

The Board of Directors of IBERDROLA, S.A. (“Iberdrola” or the “Company”) has the power to design, assess and continuously revise the Corporate Governance System, and specifically to approve and update the corporate policies, which further develop the principles reflected in the Purpose and Values of the Iberdrola group and the other rules of the Corporate Governance System, and which contain the guidelines governing the conduct of the Company and of the companies belonging to the group of companies of which the Company is the controlling entity, within the meaning established by law (the “Group”).

Among the various corporate policies that have been approved, those of sustainable development are intended to ensure the alignment of all conduct of the Group with its purpose, i.e. to continue building together each day a healthier, more accessible energy model, based on electricity, as well as with the bylaw-mandated commitment of the Company to the social dividend and with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) approved by the United Nations.

1. Purpose

This General Sustainable Development Policy (the "Policy") lays down the general principles and structures the foundations that must govern the sustainable development strategy of the Group to ensure that all its corporate activities and businesses are carried out while fostering the sustainable creation of value for society in general, shareholders and the people to which it supplies energy, equitably compensating all groups that contribute to the success of its business enterprise, promoting the values of sustainability, integration and dynamism, favouring the achievement of the SDGs and rejecting actions that contravene or hinder them.

The actual and effective implementation of this sustainable development strategy, along with the Corporate Governance System that supports it, is to form part of the virtual soul of the Group, one of the key elements that differentiates it from its competitors and which is a deciding factor for its establishment as the preferred company for its Stakeholders.

The general principles and foundations set forth in this Policy are further developed and specified in specific sustainable development policies that address certain needs and expectations of the main Stakeholders of Iberdrola.

2. Scope

This Policy applies at all companies of the Group, except at listed country subholding companies, which have equivalent policies, and companies dependent thereon. In any event, said policies must be in accord with the principles set forth in this Policy and in the other sustainable development policies.

At those companies in which the Group has an interest but that do not form a part thereof, the Company will promote, through its representatives on the boards of directors thereof, the alignment of their own policies with those of the Company, such that they adhere to principles and guidelines that are consistent with those established in this Policy and the other sustainable development policies.

3. Objectives of the Sustainable Development Strategy

Fulfilment of the corporate interest, as defined in the By-Laws, requires the implementation of a sustainable development strategy that favours the "sustainable creation of value by engaging in the activities included in its corporate object, taking into account other Stakeholders related to its business activity and its institutional reality (...)".

For this purpose, it should be kept in mind that the By-Laws of the Company provide for the implementation of a sustainable development strategy that causes all of its Stakeholders to participate in the social dividend generated by its activities, sharing the created value with them.

Pursuant to the bylaw-mandated rule imposed by Iberdrola's shareholders, its Board of Directors has further developed this strategy, focused on the sustainable creation of value, providing a quality service through the use of environmentally-friendly energy sources, staying alert to the opportunities offered by the knowledge economy, and committed to the SDGs, especially in relation to goals seven and thirteen regarding the supply of accessible and clean energy and the fight against climate change, respectively.

For this purpose, the Group innovates, makes new investments and promotes more efficient, sustainable and clean technologies, fosters the growth and develops the talent and the technical and human capacities of its professionals, works for the safety of people and the supply of energy, and labours to build a successful business enterprise together with all of the participants in its value chain, sharing the achievements with its Stakeholders.

In particular, the sustainable development strategy endeavours to ensure the achievement of the following objectives, based on the principles set out in the SDGs:

a) Promote compliance with Iberdrola's purpose, i.e., to continue building together each day a healthier, more accessible energy model, based on electricity, and to promote the three corporate values of the Group, i.e., sustainable energy, integrating force and driving force.

b) Cause all Stakeholders to participate in the success of Iberdrola's business enterprise through the social dividend generated by the Group.

c) Favour the achievement of the strategic goals of the Group in order to offer a safe, reliable and high-quality supply of energy that is respectful of the environment.

d) Improve the competitiveness of the Group through the assumption of management practices based on innovation, equal opportunities, productivity, profitability, efficiency and sustainability.

e) Responsibly manage the risks and opportunities deriving from changes in the surroundings, and maximise the positive impacts of its activities in the various territories in which the Group operates and minimise the negative impacts, to the extent possible, avoiding short-term approaches or those that do not sufficiently take into account the interests of all Stakeholders.

f) Encourage a culture of ethical behaviour that increases business transparency in order to generate credibility and trust within the Stakeholders, which includes society in general.

g) Promote relationships based on trust with all of its Stakeholders, providing a balanced and inclusive response to all of them, particularly emphasising the involvement of local communities to glean their viewpoints and expectations regarding significant potential issues, and thus be able to take them into consideration.

h) Contribute to the recognition of the Group and the improvement of its reputation.

4. Social Dividend

Iberdrola is an international energy leader that produces and supplies energy to more than 100 million people in the countries in which it is present.

Iberdrola contributes, with the social dividend generated through its activities, with its tax contribution, and through the development of its corporate object in accordance with the principles set forth in its sustainable development policies: to the stimulation of society in general, both from an economic viewpoint as well as from the perspective of business ethics, to the promotion of equality and justice, to the encouragement of innovation, to respect for the environment and the fight against climate change, to the generation of high-quality employment, and to other measures of well-being.

The contribution to Stakeholders with its social dividend is one of the basic premises for the success of Iberdrola's business enterprise and is based on the SDGs, the principles of which it accepts and supports. This strategy seeks to put the Group at the forefront of best practices in this area and position Iberdrola as one of the best companies for the world.

Consistent with its global leadership in renewable energy, with its commitment to the promotion of energy efficiency and to universal access to energy services, and pursuant to the provisions of its Policy against Climate Change, the Group significantly contributes to compliance with goals seven and thirteen, regarding the supply of affordable and clean energy and the fight against climate change, respectively.

Leadership in the fight against climate change and the development of clean energy that contributes to the decarbonisation of the economy are the two main foundations of the Group's strategy, as well as being the goals to which the Group most significantly contributes.

Furthermore, with its business activities, and particularly with the manner in which they are carried out, the Group contributes to achieving goal eight, which promotes sustainable and inclusive economic development, productive employment and decent work, and nine, regarding industry, innovation and infrastructure.

However, the Group's commitment to the SDGs goes further, as in its day-to-day activities Iberdrola takes into consideration all of the goals as guidance in its decision-making processes, the principles of which inform its conduct and its daily tasks, rejecting conduct that contravene or hinder them.

The Company thus works to measure the social dividend generated by the Group through its business activities, which is the principle source for the creation of value for Stakeholders, prioritising cleaner and safer energy and promoting measures to protect vulnerable groups, with specific social partnerships, sponsorships and activities, either directly or in collaboration with foundations linked to the Group, and generally with a global institutional strategy committed to business ethics and the SDGs, open to its Stakeholders, favouring their engagement as well as the design and regular execution of plans for raising awareness regarding various issues that promote sustainable development.

Along these lines, measurement of the social dividend encompasses the principal direct, indirect and induced impacts, both present and future, generated by the Group's activities, consistent with Iberdrola's commitment to the long-term sustainable creation of value for its shareholders.

Due to the diversity of sustainable development goals and commitments, the Group uses a broad set of indicators that allows for an evaluation of the contribution from various perspectives. Even though the indicators do not capture all of the impacts generated, the results obtained constitute an efficient assessment tool to verify the achievement of the bylaw-mandated commitment to the social dividend. This assessment is taken into consideration by the Board of Directors when defining the Group's strategy, and is shared transparently with all Stakeholders through the public dissemination of its non-financial information and the social dividend that is generated. In this regard, the statement of non-financial information prepared by the Board of Directors and approved by the shareholders at the General Shareholders' Meeting presents the Company's performance in the social, environmental and sustainability areas and the social dividend generated and shared with its Stakeholders.

5. Implementation and Coordination of the Group's Sustainable Development Strategy

The implementation, monitoring and supervision of the Group's sustainable development strategy is the responsibility of the various companies of the Group in accordance with the corporate and governance structure of the Group defined in the Corporate Governance System and particularly in the Policy for the Definition and Coordination of the Iberdrola Group and Foundations of Corporate Organisation, and is put into practice respecting the principles of subsidiarity and decentralised management through the various committees that assume duties in the area of sustainable development and reputation. Specifically:

a) The Company's Corporate Sustainable Development and Reputation Committee, which has the duties of defining the basic corporate lines of evolution of practices focused on the sustainable growth of the social dividend and improvement of the Group's reputation, approving and monitoring the plans for development in both areas, being aware of the most significant advances, and cooperating in the preparation of the public information disclosed by the Company with respect to these areas.

b) The Sustainable Development and Reputation Committees created within each of the country subholding companies in order to: promote compliance with the policies and guidelines approved in the various countries in which the Group operates, coordinate the corporate strategy among the various businesses carried out in each country, and report to the Company's Corporate Sustainable Development and Reputation Committee on the results achieved.

6. Main Principles of Conduct

In order to meet the goals set out in the area of sustainable development, the Company adopts the following main principles of conduct:

a) Comply with applicable law in the countries and territories in which the Group does business and assume ethical leadership in the business communities in which it is present, with the supplementary and voluntary adoption of international commitments, rules and guidelines in those countries in which the legal framework is inadequate or insufficient, basing its relations with the competent public authorities in each jurisdiction on fidelity, reliability, professionalism, collaboration, reciprocity and good faith.

b) Support the principles of the SDGs, specifically those relating to universal access to energy and the fight against climate change, the commitments of the Paris Agreement, the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and other international instruments, especially in the areas of good labour practices, protection of the environment and the fight against corruption.

c) Align its conduct with the principles contained in the Purpose and Values of the Iberdrola group and follow the guidelines contained in the other rules of the Corporate Governance System, especially in the Code of Ethics, which governs the responsible conduct that the Group expects of its directors, professionals and suppliers.

d) Favour free market practices, rejecting any illegal or fraudulent practice, implementing effective mechanisms for prevention, surveillance and punishment of irregular acts.

In particular, a commitment is assumed to pursue and denounce any practice of corruption of which the Group becomes aware in any of the territories in which it operates.

e) Adopt cutting-edge corporate governance practices, in line with good governance recommendations generally accepted in international markets, based upon business transparency and mutual trust with the Stakeholders.

f) Encourage pathways of dialogue, thus facilitating the Group's relationships with its workforce, shareholders and the financial community, customers, suppliers and, in general, with its other Stakeholders, in accordance with the Stakeholder Engagement Policy, in order to forge a sense of belonging to an excellent company, to harmonise business values and social expectations, and to adapt, to the extent possible, the policies and strategies of the Group to the interests, concerns and needs of such Stakeholders, using all communications within its reach such as direct contact, social networks, consultation procedures and the corporate website of the Company and of the various companies of the Group.

7. Main Principles of Conduct

Set forth below is a description of the main principles of conduct of the Group with respect to the various aspects of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility common to all Stakeholders. All of them represent the Group's commitment to the social dividend that is generated by applying the principles to the conduct of its business activities.

7.1 Principles of Conduct with respect to the Sustainable Creation of Value

The sustainable creation of value is the fundamental principle that should govern the policies, strategy and operations of the Group, and entails the equitable compensation of all groups contributing to the success of the Group's business enterprise and consideration of the social return on new investments, generating employment and wealth for society with a long-term vision that seeks a better future without compromising present results.

The fundamental principles are developed in the Sustainable Management Policy and can be synthesised as follows:

a) Promote universal access to energy supply, with models that are environmentally sustainable, economically feasible and socially inclusive in accordance with the provisions of the Innovation Policy, leading the fight against climate change and the development of clean energy that contributes to the decarbonisation of the economy.

b) Establish instruments to strengthen the competitiveness of the energy products supplied through efficiency in energy generation, transmission and distribution processes. The Company thus pays special attention to the excellent management of its processes and resources, using the instruments developed in the Quality Policy.

c) Implement measures tending to ensure the safe and reliable supply of energy products.

d) Advance the sustainable use of natural resources, promoting the minimisation of impacts caused by the Group's activities, in line with the provisions of the Company's environmental policies.

e) Strengthen the social dimension of the Group's activities and contribute to sustainable development through awareness-raising among the citizenry on the efficient consumption of products and services, among other measures.

7.2 Principles of Conduct with respect to Transparency

Transparency is fundamental for generating confidence and credibility, both in the markets and in investors, as well as in the workforce and the rest of the Stakeholders. The Company undertakes to:

a) Disseminate relevant, truthful and reliable information regarding the Group's performance and activities.

b) Encourage transparency, assuming a commitment to annually prepare and publish financial and non-financial information regarding its activities, following generally accepted methodologies and submitting the information to independent external verification with respect to the latter.

c) Facilitate complete and truthful information regarding the taxes that Group companies pay in the countries and territories in which they operate.

The Company shall publish the additional information required by applicable legal provisions in each country or voluntarily assumed by Iberdrola or any of the other companies of its Group, including the statement of non-financial information, which the Board of Directors formulates and submits for the approval of the shareholders at the General Shareholders' Meeting and which reflects the Company's social, environmental and sustainability performance and the social dividend generated and shared with its Stakeholders, as well as the following reports: the Integrated Report, the Annual Financial Report, the Annual Corporate Governance Report, the Annual Director Remuneration Report and Activities Report of the Board of Directors and of the Committees thereof.

7.3 Principles of Conduct with respect to the Development and Protection of Intellectual Capital

Intellectual capital constitutes the principal differentiating element of competitive companies. Therefore, the Company considers the development and protection thereof to be a fundamental aspect, which is further developed in the Knowledge Management Policy and the Corporate Security Policy, the main principles of conduct of which are:

a) Foster initiatives, procedures and tools that allow the Company to truly and effectively exploit the Group's intellectual capital.

b) Develop specific defensive plans to protect critical infrastructure and to ensure the continuity of the essential services provided by the companies of the Group in accordance with the provisions of the Corporate Security Policy.

7.4 Principles of Conduct with respect to Innovation

The Company believes that innovation is the Group's principal tool for ensuring sustainability, efficiency and competitiveness, and is a strategic variable that affects all of its businesses and all of its activities. The main principles of conduct in which the Group's desire to lead innovation within the energy industry materialises are set forth below and further developed in the Innovation Policy:

a) Promote research, development and innovation (RD&I) activities, focusing on efficiency aimed at the ongoing optimisation of the Group's business operations, management of facilities and equipment lifespans, reduction of operation and maintenance costs and decrease in environmental impact, as well as the development of new products and services to satisfy the needs of the customers.

b) Create innovations fostering sustainable growth and the efficient management of resources and contributing to the social and economic development of the surroundings in which the Group does business.

c) Engage in projects in the area of universalisation of energy services based on models that are environmentally sustainable, economically feasible and socially inclusive.

d) Keep the Group at the forefront of new technologies and disruptive business models.

7.5 Principles of Conduct with respect to Responsible Tax Policy

The taxes that the Group pays in the countries and territories in which it does business are its main contribution to the funding of public purpose needs and, accordingly, one of its contributions to society.

Within the framework of the provisions of the Corporate Tax Policy, the Group assumes the following commitments:

a) Comply with applicable tax laws in the various countries and territories in which the Group operates.

b) Make decisions on tax matters based on a reasonable interpretation of applicable legal provisions and in close relationship to the activities of the Group.

c) Follow the recommendations of the good tax practices codes implemented in the countries in which the companies of the Group do business, taking into account the Group's specific needs and circumstances.

d) Not create or acquire companies resident in tax havens or included in the EU blacklist of non-cooperative jurisdictions, with the sole exception of those cases in which it is forced to do so because it is an indirect acquisition in which the company that is resident in a tax haven is part of a group of companies that are being acquired.

e) Avoid the use of opaque or artificial structures unrelated to the Group's business activities for the sole purpose of reducing its tax burden. In particular, not enter into transactions with related entities solely for the purpose of eroding the tax bases or to transfer the taxation of profits to low-tax territories.

f) Strengthen the relationship with tax authorities based on respect for the law, trust, good faith, professionalism, cooperation, loyalty and reciprocity, without prejudice to the legitimate disputes that, observing the aforementioned principles and in the defence of the corporate interest, may arise with such authorities concerning the interpretation or application of legal provisions.

8. Principles of Conduct with respect to the Principal Stakeholders

8.1 Workforce

The Group considers its human resources to be a strategic asset, which it cares for and to which it offers a good working environment, encouraging their development, training and reconciliation measures, and favouring equality of opportunity.

Therefore, Group companies work to obtain, promote and retain talent as well as to encourage the personal and professional growth of all persons within its workforce, making them participants in its successful business enterprise and guaranteeing them a dignified and safe job.

The inter-relation of the various companies of the Group with their human resources follows the following principles:

a) Respect the human and labour rights recognised by domestic and international laws, oppose child labour and forced or compulsory labour, and respect the freedom of association and of collective bargaining, the right to free circulation within each country, and the rights of ethnic minorities in the countries where the Group does business, upon the terms set forth in the Policy on Respect for Human Rights.

b) Recruit, select and retain talent within a favourable employment relationships framework, based on equality of opportunity, non-discrimination and respect for diversity in all its variables, facilitating measures for the integration of disadvantaged groups and groups with various abilities, and for reconciliation of personal and working life.

c) Recognise and value family and personal connections among the professionals of the Group, a necessary consequence of its strong local roots within the communities in which it has historically done business, and establish measures ensuring that professionals with such connection are not favoured or discriminated against in hiring and promotion.

d) Establish a remuneration policy that favours the hiring of the best professionals and strengthening of the Group's human capital.

e) Promote the training and qualification of the workforce, favouring professional promotion and adapting human resources to a diverse and multicultural work environment.

f) Ensure a safe and healthy working environment within the Group and in its spheres of influence. The measures that favour this objective are developed in the Occupational Safety and Health Risk Policy.

8.2 Shareholders and the Financial Community

The principles of conduct that govern the Company's relationship with its shareholders and the financial community are:

a) The Company facilitates and promotes a responsible exercise of their rights and the performance of their duties by the shareholders and the holders of rights or interests in shares, subject to the principle of equal treatment.

b) The Company favours the informed participation of the shareholders at the General Shareholders' Meeting and takes proper measures for it to serve the effective exercise of the duties held by the shareholders under the law and the Corporate Governance System.

The Board of Directors thus may make available to the shareholders on the occasion of each General Shareholders' Meeting a guide in the medium it deems appropriate (such as through a virtual assistant) and certain rules of implementation that standardise, adapt, further develop and make more specific the provisions of the Company's Corporate Governance System concerning the exercise of shareholders' rights.

c) The Company encourages the engagement of the shareholders in corporate life, especially in the areas of corporate governance and social responsibility. For this purpose, the Board of Directors has adopted various initiatives like Shareholder Day, has created and developed various channels for communication and participation, and has approved the Shareholder Engagement Policy.

d) The Board of Directors of the Company has approved a Policy regarding Communication and Contacts with Shareholders, Institutional Investors and Proxy Advisors that develops the relations with financial analysts, institutional investors and proxy advisors, and recognises ongoing attention to the transparency of information disseminated by the Company and relations with shareholders, institutional investors and proxy advisors.

Such principles are based on the duty of the shareholders to exercise their rights vis-à-vis the Company and other shareholders and fulfil their duties acting with loyalty, in good faith and transparently, within the framework of the corporate interest as the paramount interest ahead of the private interest of each shareholder and in accordance with the Corporate Governance System of the Company.

8.3 Regulatory Entities

The companies of the Group attempt to maintain a constructive and continuous dialogue with regulatory entities based on the principles of lawfulness, fidelity, reliability, professionalism, cooperation, reciprocity and good faith, seeking to mutually understand the interests and objectives of each party, and working together to seek solutions to issues affecting the Group and that are within the scope of the powers of such entities, thus contributing to the development of public policies that are useful for sustainable development.

8.4 Customers

The companies of the Group work to know the needs and expectations of their customers and thus offer them the best solutions, defending the proper operation of the market under free competition and continuously working to care for and increase their satisfaction, strengthening their connection to the Group and promoting responsible consumption, assuming the following principles of conduct for such purposes:

a) Obey and comply with the rules governing communication and marketing activities and accept the voluntary codes that promote transparency and the truthfulness of such activities.

b) See to the protection of the health and safety of its customers in all of the life cycles of the products it sells, by complying with applicable law and providing training and information to consumers using various instruments: websites, information in invoices and the development of training and informational campaigns.

c) Provide information to its customers allowing for a more rational, efficient and safe use of electricity and gas in the countries in which the Group sells its products and services.

d) Pay attention to customers who are economically disadvantaged or in any other situation of vulnerability, establishing specific procedures of protection and collaborating in providing ongoing access to energy and gas supply according to the policies established by the competent government administrations in each case.

e) Facilitate effective access to information regarding the services provided by the Group that is needed by customers with idiomatic or sensory difficulties, by implementing the appropriate instruments for such purpose.

f) Adopt the instruments necessary to ensure the confidentiality of the data of its customers, in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Ethics and applicable law.

g) Pursue continuous improvement of the quality of supply in the various countries in which it operates.

h) Monitor the quality of the service provided to its customers, through surveys measuring their satisfaction, and through customer service.

8.5 Suppliers

The Group believes that it is essential to ensure that all participants in the value chain of the Group's companies respond to and accommodate generally accepted ethical and social responsibility principles, in addition to applicable laws and the Corporate Governance System. Therefore, the principles of conduct are:

a) Adopt responsible practices in the management of the supply chain.

b) Cause all participants in the value chain to comply with the principles and values set forth in the Code of Ethics regarding business ethics and transparent management, good labour practices, the promotion of health and safety, respect for the environment, guaranteeing the quality and safety of the products and services sold and development of responsible practices in the supply chain, promoting joint management (shared responsibility) in strict respect for the human and labour rights recognised in domestic and international law.

8.6 The Media

Transparency is one of the hallmarks of Iberdrola's identity and one of the fundamental goals of its communication strategy. The Group values and recognises the key role of media in achieving this goal. Therefore, relations with the media shall be governed by the principles of informational transparency and collaboration.

8.7 Society at Large

The Group is characterised by its international presence. In its operations, it assumes the following principles relating to the various territories and communities in which it operates:

a) Build strong bonds with the communities in which the Group does business through formal public consultations, thus generating confidence and forging a sense of belonging to an excellent company, of which they feel they are an integral part.

b) Harmonise the activities of the Group in the various countries in which it operates with the various social and cultural realities of each of them.

c) Strengthen relations of trust with the various communities with which it interacts, by supporting the various governments and leading social organisations, by promoting processes of consultation to understand expectations, favouring equal opportunity of the Stakeholders and paying attention to intercultural dialogue and consensus with indigenous populations (aligned with Convention 169 of the International Labour Organization).

d) Favour access to energy, both by groups with particular economic difficulties and by isolated communities.

e) Strengthen respect for the rights of ethnic minorities in all of the communities in which the Group is present.

f) Engage in corporate volunteering programmes and campaigns that promote the participation of the professionals of the Group in volunteer actions in order to promote improvement in people's quality of life, looking after the environment, sustainable development, universal access to energy and the eradication of hunger, including collection campaigns that seek to respond to social needs.

g) Support the promotion and conservation of cultural and artistic heritage of the territories and communities in which the Group does business.

h) Support initiatives that contribute to a more healthy, egalitarian and just society, such as supporting the empowerment of women, the promotion of reconciliation of personal and work life and equality in sport.

The Group also collaborates on specific projects in emerging and developing countries as well as in areas in a situation of humanitarian crisis, actively participating in the search for sustainable solutions for access to modern forms of energy.

8.8 The Environment

The Company aspires to be the preferred global energy company, among other reasons, because of its respect for the environment, as highlighted and developed in the following policies: the Environmental Policy, the Policy against Climate Change and the Biodiversity Policy.

The Group's devotion to leadership in the fight against climate change and in the development of clean energy (which contributes to the decarbonisation of the economy) and respect for the environment are the pillars of its energy production model and the factor that distinguishes it in the energy industry as a world leader in this area. This takes form in the following basic principles of conduct:

a) Preserve and promote the biodiversity of the ecosystems, landscapes and species in the territories in which the Group carries out its activities, both in the construction stage and in the operation and during the dismantling of its infrastructure.

b) Promote decarbonisation of the economy and prevent pollution by gradually reducing the intensity of greenhouse gas emissions, continuing the development of electric energy from renewable sources, and progressively introducing more efficient technologies having a lower intensity of carbon dioxide emissions.

c) Integrate the climate change variable in internal decision-making processes as well as in the analysis and management of long-term risks for the Group.

d) Contribute to raising the awareness of society regarding the phenomenon of climate change and its consequences and solutions.

e) Optimise the management of hazardous and non-hazardous waste through systems that set objectives and goals on, among other aspects, waste reduction, the observance of best practices and the use of recycled materials.

This Policy was initially approved by the Board of Directors on 18 December 2007 as the General Corporate Social Responsibility Policy and was last amended on 28 April 2020.

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