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Reporting consists (in general) of supplying and updating representative data and indicators whose degree of details tends to vary depending on the person or organization for whom or for which they are intended.

Reporting can be based on the so-called triple-bottom line principle. Such name is due to the metaphorical addition of environmental and social dimensions to the classic profit bottom line (economic dimension).

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