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Carlos Lopes (@ECA_Lopes) Executive Secretary, UNECA:  “#Data will be essential in modelling the social and environmental consequences of economic policies. #Datarevolution

Angel Gurría (@A_Gurria), Secretary General of the  of the @OECD : “We need better measures of well-being to design better policies for better lives http://www.oecd-5wf.mx/  #OECD #OECD5WF

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