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ESG without the ‘S’

© RONALD WITTEK/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock SocialAdjectiveˈsəʊ.ʃəlrelating to activities in which you meet and spend time with other people and that happen during the time when you are not working.So goes the Cambridge Dictionary definition of the word which is sandwiched by “Environmental” and “Governance” in the popular ESG acronym which has come to exert a large influence on the world of investing over the past five years.In that context, social means something ...

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