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What chocolate and batteries can teach us about Globalization 4.0

Bitter sweet: African cocoa producers are not reaping the gains from chocolate sales Image: REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon

Mark Doumba

Founder & CEO, Enovate Capital

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