Davos 2022

The world needs a new social contract. Here's why

Negotiation must be at the heart of a new social contract. Image: Freepik.

Roberto Azevêdo

Executive Vice-President, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, PepsiCo, Chairman of Board of Directors at The PepsiCo Foundation

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Roberto Azevêdo, Executive Vice-President, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, PepsiCo, Chairman of Board of Directors at The PepsiCo Foundation
A new social contract starts with rebuilding trust, and polls show businesses emerged as the most trusted institution globally.
A new social contract starts with rebuilding trust, and polls show businesses emerged as the most trusted institution globally. Image: Edelman Trust Barometer

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