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The world is drowning in data. Why don't we trade it like on a stock exchange?

Trading information could help open up data sharing and access. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Dimitri Zabelin
Policy Analyst, Data Policy, World Economic Forum LLC
Tomonori Yuyama
Fellow, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Japan, World Economic Forum
Tomoaki Nakanishi
Project Fellow, Data for Common Purpose Initiative, World Economic Forum
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