Economic Progress

The surprising solution to inequality: economic common sense

The Golden Jubilee Bridge in London: We need a more inclusive growth for a brighter future Image: REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

Jennifer Blanke

Member of the Board, Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture

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A protest that has echoed through the years: anti-globalization march in Seattle, 1999 Image: APB/SV
Globalization, while imperfect, has lifted millions out of poverty in China

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