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21. India's paradoxes
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... a day, giving it a similar level of poverty to Bangladesh and Pakistan.  Alarming disparities exist across the population in terms of health and nutritional status, education and skills, as well as access ...
22. China's urbanization
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... rationing entitlements have by now largely disappeared as most commodities and services have been marketized over the last 25 years, hukou is still today used to preclude access by agricultural-registered ...
... a male family member. In this context, the EIU seeks to measure women economic opportunity through its index made up of the following components: labor policy and practice; access to finance; education ...
24. Korea -- Asia's rising star
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... more inclusive growth especially by ensuring better access to high-quality pre-primary education.  Well-targeted increases in social spending, in particular for low income groups, are also necessary.  ...
25. China's reform challenges
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... reversing the rising inequality, helping households manage employment-, health-, and age-related risks, and increasing labor mobility.  China's high inequality can in part be attributed to unequal access ...
... hold 18%.  Both of these investor groups invest more in companies with higher return on investment, and managers now face strong pressures to show results. Better access to corporate information through ...
27. Poverty in India
... education and skills, as well as access to clean water and sanitation. India's poverty problem is simple.  The country's growth has not been "inclusive", meaning that it has not created opportunities ...
28. Australia: beware of Asian Century Hype
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... widening gaps between rich and poor, too many people are excluded from opportunity through inadequate access to education and health services.  Discrimination also excludes too many groups from opportunity ...
29. Asia's uneven development
... Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Pakistan. Overall, 1.9 billion people in developing Asia do not have access to a toilet, double the number of people living on less than $1.25 a day.  It is widely quoted, ...
30. Innovation Asia
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... as China and India to access global talent and take advantage of their proximity to target markets, and lower costs. As a result, developing countries are benefiting from new products and services that ...
31. Russia and the East
(Panorama/Governing globalization)
... one of the ADB’s regional initiatives. However talks on this matter did not have further continuation as two of the biggest shareholders of ADB, the United States and Japan, did not support Russia’s accession, ...
32. Human security in Asia
... region's population have both physical and economic access to food at all times.  However, the rise in global food prices in 2007/08 threatened such food security, and highlighted the world's likely food ...
33. Reassessing Asia's economic miracle
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... And imported capital goods also played a role through the access to technologies embodied in them.  Export revenues created a virtuous circle as they boosted savings which were then used to finance investment ...
34. Human development in Asia
... production of goods and services increased dramatically, but where citizens have benefited little in terms of well-being and access to education or health, or where such growth has had very adverse effects ...
35. China: recent political developments
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... would offer their rights to the land in exchange for urban status, giving them social security and access to jobs. While BO might have disappeared from the Chinese political landscape for the moment, ...
36. Urbanization in Asia -- 12 things to know in 2012
(Panorama/Change and innovation)
... within urban areas. Families with the lowest incomes are most at risk of their children being malnourished and dying early, have less access to health services such as skilled birth attendance, and are ...
37. Whither China's economy?
(Panorama/Globalization winners)
... in the increasing number of industrial disputes in China. Third, China's economy is unbalanced in that the nation's four large banks provide privileged access to finance for the China's large state-owned ...
38. Youth and development in Asia
... us in its 2007 World Development Report. First, we should broaden the opportunities for developing human capital by expanding access to and improving the quality of education and health services, by ...
39. Gender equality and development
... difficult to imagine even 25 years ago. Women have made unprecedented gains in rights, education, health, and access to jobs and livelihoods.  More countries than ever guarantee equal rights under the ...
... in elite political circles, and its access to public goods and services.  It also enjoys many privileged freedoms like the freedom to travel, to send their children foreign universities, to invest overseas, ...
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