Activists stage a protest against the backdrop of a mock tropical island beach representing a tax haven, outside a meeting of European Union finance ministers in Brussels, Belgium, in December 2017. Improved corporate disclosures include recognising the sustainability impacts and relevance of issues such as tax payments. Photo: Reuters

If capitalism wants to match the ‘reboot’ rhetoric, it must become transparent

  • Calls to ‘reboot’ capitalism, and the new Business Roundtable pledge, are both welcome and necessary
  • But only with universal and high-quality disclosure can words be turned into actions
Topic |   Climate change

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Activists stage a protest against the backdrop of a mock tropical island beach representing a tax haven, outside a meeting of European Union finance ministers in Brussels, Belgium, in December 2017. Improved corporate disclosures include recognising the sustainability impacts and relevance of issues such as tax payments. Photo: Reuters
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