Business must take the lead on refugees

When our business leaders venture into Asia in the decades ahead, do we want to be seen as rich and comfortably disengaged from the issues afflicting our region or as part of a regional solution?

An old Englishwoman once told me how, during the second world war, she'd sat with her mother on hotel balcony in Montreux, Switzerland, and was able to see the glow of French villages being burned by the Nazis on the other side of Lake Geneva.


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