January 22, 2014
What are the consequences of growing public alarm over data security and privacy? As these concerns increase, companies might consider creating privacy boards, conducting annual audits or setting industry standards to protect users, said Orit Gadiesh, chairman, Bain & Company, during a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting. Watch video
Companies are looking for practical ways to sell into new markets and buy from whoever can offer them the best product. Governments recognize this opportunity and aim to welcome global value chains through domestic reforms and international negotiations. In a world where average tariffs have fallen into single digits, meaningful reforms require a wider set of stakeholders to build the conditions for global supply and value chains.
January 22, 2014 | World Economic Forum
Addressing the rise of non-communicable diseases challenges traditional models of work for public, private and civil society stakeholders and puts more pressure on them all to work collaboratively. However, such collaborations are not without challenges. Mistrust, lack of transparency and other bottlenecks can hamper progress.
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