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Those living the life have best insights on inclusion

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Julius Akinyemi, MIT Media Lab Entrepreneur in Residence, talks about how to tackle systemic problems, such as a lack of property rights and commodity financial markets, to boost financial inclusion in Africa – and share some of the innovative thinking required to incentivise change and secure win-win outcomes.

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