Half a million Aston Martins will end poverty

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According to a report $2 trillion will be needed to alleviate extreme poverty by 2030. That equates to 500 000 Aston Martin's. Picture: iStock
According to a report $2 trillion will be needed to alleviate extreme poverty by 2030. That equates to 500 000 Aston Martin's. Picture: iStock

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With Women’s Month done and dusted, government departments and brands will pack away their girl power press releases and move on to Heritage Month.

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