Once staunch opponents of state interference, companies are now being asked to work with governments to deliver the ambitious global development agenda. We look at the rules of engagement in the new B2G landscape

The Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have changed the dynamic of the relationship between business and government. Rather than adopting opposing positions, and negotiating concessions from each other, they find themselves now mainly on the same side, unified by shared goals.

Unlike the MDGs, which were drawn...

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