Is Chinese business on the cusp of a ‘leapfrog moment’ in ESG reporting?

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David Aikman

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Rebecca Ivey

Chief Representative Officer, China Office, World Economic Forum Beijing

Kai Keller

Platform Curator, The Future of Financial Services in China, World Economic Forum Beijing

Kiera Han

Community Lead, Business Engagement, Greater China, World Economic Forum Beijing


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