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Europe is no longer an innovation leader. Here's how it can get ahead

Skype, a European tech success later sold to Microsoft. Image: REUTERS/Rickey Rogers

Iliyana Tsanova

Deputy Managing Director, European Fund for Strategic Investments, European Investment Bank

Roger Havenith

Deputy chief executive, European Investment Fund

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