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The Development of labour intensive industry in ASEAN countries

The Development of labour intensive industry in ASEAN countries

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Published by Asian Employment Programme, ARTEP, ILO in [Bangkok] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southeast Asia.,
  • Asia, Southeastern.
    • Subjects:
    • ASEAN.,
    • Industries -- Southeast Asia.,
    • Labor supply -- Asia, Southeastern.,
    • Industrial policy -- Southeast Asia.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

      Statementedited by Rashid Amjad.
      ContributionsRashīd Amjad, 1940-, Asian Employment Programme., Asian Regional Team for Employment Promotion.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC441 .D48 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination337 p. ;
      Number of Pages337
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3154024M
      ISBN 109221027511
      LC Control Number82920110

      ASEAN needs to put sustainable development at the front and centre of its obsession with growth. Its growing population – estimated to reach million by – combined with rapid economic growth and region-wide social inequities, have already been exerting pressure on the bloc’s natural resources. these countries are attracting investment in labour-intensive parts production from neighbouring countries such as Thailand. However, they also observe several remaining issues for the development of an automotive industry in these countries, mostly related to insufficient infrastructure development and bureaucratic red tape. Pakistan has followed its look east policy, which it calls the “Vision East Asia” aimed at building partnerships with the countries of East Asia and ASEAN, in earnest. The look east policy envisages deepening relations in multiple fields and institutional linkage with ASEAN members individually and : Muhammad Nawaz Khan. The ten ASEAN countries, the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Korea and India (hereinafter referred to as “Asia 16”) are Asia’s major trade players. Their total exports and imports in were valued at US$ trillion and US$ trillion respectively, constituting more than 90% of Asia’s total trade volume.

      Increased Mobility of Skilled Labour Donors: IOM Development Fund and USAID Duration: 1 October –30 June (21 months) Project Partners: Senior LabourOfficials of ASEAN Member States, ASEAN Secretariat Project Beneficiaries: Senior labour, economic and education officials of ASEAN Member States, employers, trade unions, professionalFile Size: 1MB.


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