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This study is about environmental ethical commitment (EEC) of manufacturing companies in Malaysia. The independent variables were the ecological concern, the regulations, perceived behavioral control which consists of self-efficacy, ethical climate, financial aspect, stakeholder pressure and stakeholder information and also the personal moral obligations. From regression analysis, only three factors namely the regulation, financial aspect and stakeholder information were able to explain the EECdoi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.03.062 fatcat:xtn2eyqmpvgfvbhqjxrmeah444