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A Malawian farmer, the kind of subsistence worker whom the SDGs aim to lift out of poverty. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Dorothy Tembo
Acting Executive Director, International Trade Centre (ITC)
Jean-Philippe de Schrevel
Founder and Managing Director, Bamboo Capital Partners
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