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If 2017 is going to be like 1932 or 1979, then you not only have to change your portfolio you have to...

By David Scott | Monday 16 January 2017


 


Reforming the very nature of capitalism will be needed to combat the growing appeal of populist political movements around the world, the World Economic Forum said on Wednesday. Getting higher economic growth, it added, is necessary but insufficient to heal the fractures in society that were evident in the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president and Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

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