As rural wages rise across Asia, the continent may not be the inexhaustible source of cheap labour it once seemed. What are the consequences for Asia – and for the global economy?
ODI's Steve Wiggins discusses the causes – and the potentially momentous implications – of the sharp rise in Asia's rural wages.
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