Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, on May 23 delivered a speech in which she set out her opinion on the "truly global" generation entering the business world.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony for students of the Harvard Kennedy School in Massachusetts, Lagarde said theirs was the first "truly global" generation. "You have a global challenge and a global opportunity to make the world a better place," she told the students.
Lagarde discussed the changes she
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