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One in 20 UK workers part of 'hidden revolution' to reform capitalism
by Lee Mannion
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
19 September 2018
On 19 September 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
One in 20 British workers -- or 2 million people -- have jobs with firms that seek to do good while also earning a profit, research showed on Wednesday (19 September), dubbing it a 'hidden revolution'. Social enterprises also contribute 60 billion pounds ($79 billion) to the world's fifth largest economy -- 150 percent higher than the previous estimate of 24 billion pounds, said Social Enterprise UK (SEUK), which represents the sector.
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