2 edition of Foreign exchange and skilled labour constraints in economic development. found in the catalog.
Foreign exchange and skilled labour constraints in economic development.
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|Series||Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. Research report series, Research report series (Pakistan Institute of Development Economics)|
|LC Classifications||HG3890 .F55|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||72017354|
According to A. Namukundam (), the accelerated economic development programmes and the sustained high economics growth rates in Malaysia caused the influx of foreign workers to meet the increasing demand in Malaysia labour market. The demand for foreign labour is increase continuously in tandem with economic progress. FDI during its period of rapid economic development (Shin, ). The country has also experienced significant deepening of its human capital stock during this period. It is possible that the rapid growth of its skill endowments has been a significant factor in attracting foreign investment, with .
His latest book is ‘ The Politics of Common Sense: State, Society and Culture in Pakistan’. Juvaria Jafri is a Lecturer in International Political Economy at City University. Her research is on financial development in Pakistan, including inclusive finance, fintech, and impact investing strategies. economic development. • T&C industries are a major contributor to incomes for selected countries. The contribution of T&C production to GDP differs by country but is up to 5% in Sri Lanka, 12% in Cambodia and 15% in Pakistan; • T&C are the dominant source of exports and foreign exchange .
has settled the primary issue: how far a shortage of foreign exchange (contrasted with capital, skilled labour, land, etc.) is a limiting factor in economic develop-ment. The majority of the under-developed countries are monocultures, depend-ent for their earnings of foreign exchange on a single commodity (or at most two or three). The Fourth National Development Plan (–5) coincided with a global economic recession which sparked declining foreign exchange earnings, balance of payment disequilibrium, unemployment, and accelerating inflation in the Nigerian economy. This prompted emergency stabilization measures in
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