The Economic Consequences of HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa
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KeywordsEducation; Botswana; Malawi; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia; South Africa; Zimbabwe; Zambia; Swaziland; HIV/AIDS; Health; Government Expenditures; Economic Growth; Southern Africa; aids; hiv; mortality rates; health services; National Government Expenditures and Health; National Government Expenditures and Education; Social Security and Public Pensions; Health: General; Education: General; Economic Growth and Aggregate Productivity: General; Economywide Country Studies: Africa;
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