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Dubai Expo 2020: Dubai’s young tech entrepreneurs

By CNBC
22 February 2020   |   11:35 am
CNBC’s Dan Murphy caught up with some young tech entrepreneurs in Dubai to find out how they are using innovation to add value to everyday life. CNBC International filed this report.

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