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Data flows across the world. This is the impact on GDP

Digital flows intensity depends on the underlying goods and services. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Jacques Bughin

Director, McKinsey Global Institute

Susan Lund

Vice President, Economics and Private Sector Development, International Finance Corporation

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 Cross-border bandwidth has grown 45 times larger over the past decade - and may grow another nine times larger by 2021
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 Different country cluster in the global network of cross border data participation
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