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re·cep·tive

(rē-sep'tiv),
Sensitive or responsive to stimulus.

receptive

/re·cep·tive/ (re-cep´tiv) capable of receiving or of responding to a stimulus.

receptive

(rĭ-sĕp′tĭv)
adj.
a. Receiving or ready to receive penetration in sexual intercourse.
b. Receiving or ready to receive male gametes or nuclei during sexual reproduction: a receptive hypha; receptive stigmas.

re·cep′tive·ly adv.
re·cep′tive·ness, re′cep·tiv′i·ty n.
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Actual future results, including product introduction schedules, market receptiveness, regulatory approvals and commercial viability, could differ materially due to changes in conditions affecting the industry, political, legal or regulatory developments, and market conditions.
These risks and uncertainties include, among other things: our recent history of losses; our ability to achieve or maintain profitability; potential regulatory action; worldwide economic weakness; geopolitical conditions and continued threats of terrorism; the receptiveness of the media to our services; changes in our marketplace that could limit or reduce the perceived value of our services to our clients; our ability to develop new products and services that keep pace with technology; our ability to develop and maintain successful relationships with critical vendors; future acquisitions or divestitures, which may adversely affect our operations and financial results; and increased competition, which may have an adverse effect on pricing, revenues, gross margins and our customer base.
The topics in the 2005 edition include: definition of CSR by Brazilians (in comparison to the rest of the world), what is expected of the corporations in regards to CSR, evaluation of types of corporations and specific corporations in how well they fulfill their social and environmental responsibilities, opinions on the intervention of the State, receptiveness regarding CSR communication and the impact of partnerships, ethical consumerism and evaluation of segments of corporation that ought to improve their performance.

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