Role of international labour migration in the transformation of an economy: the case of the Yemen Arab Republic
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Keywordsmigrant worker; international migration; trend; Arab countries; Yemen; economic role; remittance; return migration; labour market; bibliography; statistical table; travailleur migrant; migration internationale; tendance; pays arabes; Yémen; rôle économique; envoi de fonds; migration de retour; marché du travail; bibliographie; tableau statistique; trabajador migrante; migración internacional; tendencia; países arabes; Yemen; papel económico; remesa de dinero; retorno de los migrantes; mercado de trabajo; bibliografía; cuadros estadísticos;
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