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Published on Mar 7, 2014
With the world economy still struggling to recover from the economic shocks of the past few years, momentum is growing for a new industrial revolution that is both sustainable and inclusive. At the centre of this framework is the urgent need to harness the economic potential of women -- half of the world's population. By 2020, it is estimated that hundreds of millions of women who have been living or contributing at a subsistence level are set to become employers and employees for the first time. The economic impact is expected to be staggering, with profound effects on global development as a whole.