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Staff work behind a robot at iCarbonX, a start up company focusing on combining genomics with other health factors to create a digitalized form of life, in Shenzhen, China May 25, 2018.   REUTERS/Bobby Yip - RC13C9C08470

Start-ups should be encouraged that several of today’s unicorn were founded during or immediately after the 2008 financial crisis. Image: REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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