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The promises and perils of Africa’s digital revolution ...
By Lucien Lecarme - May 24, 2021
By 2030, the continent could achieve rough parity with the rest of the world when three-quarters of Africans are projected to become internet users. The economic potential is enormous: Mobile technologies alone have already generated 1.7 million jobs and contribute $144 billion to the continent’s economy, or roughly 8.5% of GDP.

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