1. “Relations between Africa and the world have to change”, says Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa.
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2. “The policy process is dominated by the rich”: Winnie Byanyima, Oxfam Executive Director.
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3. “In emerging markets, business accounts for 90% of job creation”: Paul Polman, Unilever CEO.
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4. “If Nigerian women had the same opportunity as men, they would drive the GDP up by about $13.9 billion,” says Njideka Harry, President and Chief Executive Officer, Youth for Technology Foundation (YTF).
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5. “This is a time of opportunity. We’ve got to find a way of making sure that Africa’s growth can be speeded up by delivering the infrastructure that is necessary,” says Gordon Brown, Chair, World Economic Forum Global Strategic Infrastructure Initiative and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2007-2010).
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6. “The demographic challenge is the most significant facing the African continent,” says Khalid Koser, Executive Director, Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF).
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7. “This is a real opportunity to move global trade forward”: Sir Michael Rake, BT Group Chairman.
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8. “We need to develop capital markets for the larger businesses”: Hendrik du Toit, Investec Asset Management.
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9. “We have had strong economic growth, now we must turn it into economic transformation. The two are not the same,” says Donald Kaberuka, President, African Development Bank (AfDB), Abidjan.
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