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Global challenges: outdated growth models and clear transition plans

Friday 14 January 2022 – Vol.13 Ed.2.5

Commentary: German and Chinese growth models are outdated

By Mark Sobel in Washington DC

Economists are understandably focused on the uncertain near-term global outlook. But medium- and long-term prospects are discouraging given demographics, US/China tensions, excess leverage, reshoring and often limited macro space. Accentuating these woes, the Chinese and German growth models are outdated and in need of overhauling.

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Commentary: The future of transition reporting

By Richard Manley in Toronto

To cut emissions globally, businesses must start locally by decarbonising their operations. Developing a clearer, more actionable roadmap to implement transition plans is essential. To that end, CPP Investments is proposing a framework and standardised template to measure the capacity of organisations to remove or ‘abate’ their greenhouse gas emissions. Such a framework could be applied across industries and geographies with common assumptions.

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