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Why 2020 will see the birth of the 'trust economy' 

Adapting successfully to these new ways of working hinges on trust. Image: REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko

Bianca Ghose

Chief Storyteller; Head, Chief Executive Officer Communications, Wipro

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