Trust between business, politics and media at a low, finds DLA Piper-commissioned report
A report by Populus commissioned by DLA Piper — called The Trust Report: After the Crash — has found that an anti-business mood is hampering a sustainable recovery and politicians and media are viewed as not understanding capitalism, while business has not been vocal enough in defending itself nor proactive enough in promoting the vital role it plays in society.
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