The impact of terrorism on corporates

The effect of terrorist attacks on various countries around the world has an effect on how society engages due to the disruption.

702's Azania Mosaka spoke to trend analyst, Dion Chang, about the effects of terrorism on various economies and the corporate sector.

Listen to the conversation below:

...What's happening with global terrorism in a digital era is that it's a very sophisticated social media PR terrorism.

Dion Chang, trend analyst at Flux Trends

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