More and Better Jobs in South Asia
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Keywordssouth asia; Jobs; growth; job quality; Economic growth; employment; agriculture; industry; and services; employment; GDP; Bangladesh; India; Nepal; pakistan; sri lanka; labour force; labor; Indonesia; the Republic of Korea; Malaysia; and Thailand; population; skills; workers'; business environment; education;
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