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  • A New Green Wave
  • August 30, 2014
  • In an article on evolving sustainability policies, The Economist noted that a survey of 2,000 companies by the MIT Sloan Management Review and the Boston Consulting Group found that two-thirds of businesspeople thought social and environmental matters were “significant” or “very significant”—but that only 10 percent thought they themselves were doing enough about it.
  • India Has Potential to Grow Faster than China
  • August 29, 2014
  • The Economic Times spoke with BCG Chairman Hans-Paul Bürkner, who said the next ten years could be India's decade, and it is likely to beat even China in terms of growth. "I think there is no reason why India should not go back to 7 percent growth," Hans-Paul said. "I think if India unleashes its full potential, it can grow faster than China. China's growth rate will still be 6.5-7 percent, which is still very good."
  • The Keys to Singapore's Economic Growth
  • August 29, 2014
  • As reported in the Straits Times, BCG's Jeffrey Chua participated in a recent panel discussion on Singapore's economy. Addressing the challenges inherent in keeping Singapore's aging population economically active, Jeffrey cited U.S. retailer Bergdorf Goodman as an example of a company that hires older salesmen to cater to a specific customer demographic. "This is one of the most profitable retailers in the United States... They don't sell anything that is unique, but customers who go there get a different experience," he said.

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