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Funds that invest in environment, social and governance principles attracted net inflows of $71.1bn globally between April and June taking assets under management in the products to a new high of over $1 trillion. Independent analyst, Mike Bedford, examines how the world’s leading gold miners stack up against one another in the ESG stakes.
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