Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Andrew Moss takes tea

For all that its sales are worldwide, the Economist (my internal style guide insists on a small 't' in the definite article) has a somewhat British approach to some things. Hence they dragged in the CEO of Aviva (or Norwich Union, as old fogeys like remember it) and grilled him lightly on the role of private pensions in public provision and Aviva's approach to emerging markets. While drinking tea.

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