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Global Poverty and the Paradox of Plenty (Audio)

Speakers: Ian Gary, Policy Adviser, Oxfam America
Paolo De Sa, Sector Manager, Oil, Gas, and Mining Unit, World Bank
Presider: Terra Lawson-Remer, Fellow for Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy, Council on Foreign Relations
May 16, 2012

This was a meeting of the roundtable series, Opportunity and Exclusion in the Global Economy.


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