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MIP's demographic dividend
25-08-2014











MILWAUKEE - Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines (the MIP countries), with their large populations have become an attractive destination for global businesses. In fact, in the next decade, the MIP countries are expected to experience a demographic dividend which will translate into a steady supply of younger workers....



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