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eBay supports business growth in places that the traditional economy does not serve well

eBay supports business growth in places that the traditional economy neglects Image: REUTERS/Thomas White

Hanne Melin Olbe
Director, Global Public Policy; Head, Public Policy Lab, Europe, Middle East and Africa, eBay
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Regional differences in GDP per capita (2013) and enterprise growth in UK, 2010 - 2015
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