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Can Africa 'Go The Distance' Leapfrogging The Innovation Gap ?

A surprise to most of the population in advanced countries, emerging markets, especially a number of countries in subSaharan Africa, are increasingly at the cutting edge of innovation. While African entrepreneurs seem poised to capitalize on this opportunity, they face risks at home that, if not countered, ultimately could jeopardize the progress made, perhaps even unwind it,
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