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Business leaders: this is our wake up call

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Punit Renjen

Global Chief Executive Officer, Deloitte

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Tony Jiang poses with his three children at his house in Shanghai September 16, 2013.
Tony Jiang poses with his three children at his house in Shanghai September 16, 2013. Image: REUTERS/Aly Song
Refugees show their skills in metal processing works during a media tour at a workshop for refugees organized by German industrial group Siemens in Berlin, Germany, April 21, 2016. Germany?s blue-chip companies have managed to hire fewer than 100 refugees after close to a million arrived in the country last year. Merkel, fighting for her political life over her open-door policy, has summoned DAX bosses to Berlin to account for their lack of action and exchange ideas about how they can do better.
Refugees show their skills in metal processing works during a media tour at a workshop for refugees organized by German industrial group Siemens in Berlin, Germany, April 21, 2016. Image: REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

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