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A time to work together

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Ours remains a deeply scarred global economy and, as a result, policy-makers have little option but to cooperate anew.

“Working together” is the theme of this new edition of Citizen Today. In part, this is in recognition of the enduring value of collaboration but it also reflects the new reality facing you, our government and public sector clients around the world, where few of the myriad challenges you face can be solved by working alone.

From the teetering Eurozone to stubbornly high unemployment in the US to stalling growth in the emerging markets, the legacy of the financial crisis continues to send toxic shock waves across borders. But now is not the time to close ranks. Ours remains a deeply scarred global economy and, as a result, policy-makers have little option but to cooperate anew.

Governments need to look up, learn from and work with the best and brightest — wherever they may be. If they do so, then the growth, jobs and prosperity so urgently required will surely follow.

Take a closer look at the examples we’ve highlighted in this issue.

Please contact us at citizentoday@ey.com.


Uschi Schreiber
Global Government & Public Sector Leader


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