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This study revisits poverty and inequality in East Asia and the Pacific, guided by two fundamental concerns. First, poverty remains a problem in the region.
This study revisits poverty and inequality in East Asia and the Pacific, guided by two fundamental concerns. Although poverty has essentially been eradicated in the four 'tiger' economies-Hong Kong (China), the Republic of Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan (China)-about a third of the world's poor still live in East Asia.
2 Poverty in East Asia, 1975-95 We base our initial discussion of poverty levels and trends in East Asia on table . These estimates, though imperfect, point to important trends in the region's poverty profile, both within and across countries
2 Poverty in East Asia, 1975-95 We base our initial discussion of poverty levels and trends in East Asia on table . These estimates, though imperfect, point to important trends in the region's poverty profile, both within and across countries.
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Poverty in Asia (including the Asia-Pacific region) . Yet, East and Southeast Asia have made huge progress in terms of reducing poverty and developing economies
Poverty in Asia (including the Asia-Pacific region) is a widely disparate region to cover because of the gigantic differences between countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, China and the Philippines. As a consequence, no one should rely too much on any Asia-wide statistics on poverty because the region is just too diverse to be summed up in stats. Yet, East and Southeast Asia have made huge progress in terms of reducing poverty and developing economies. Revisiting Growth and Poverty Reduction in Indonesia: What Do Subnational Data Show?, A. Balisacan et a. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 2003. The End of the Rollercoaster?
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Growth and Poverty: Lessons from the East Asian Miracle Revisited. In the 1970s and 1980s Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Korea; and Malaysia saw modest reductions in inequality, but by international standards the levels of inequality were already extremely high in Hong Kong, China; Malaysia; and Thailand. In Thailand, inequality has increased secularly in the last three decades.
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