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Labour migration in the Asia-Pacific is dynamic and growing. The region is home to many of the world’s major sending and receiving countries. Variable rates of economic growth, deepening regional integration, and growing disparities in wealth, both within and among countries, have created strong incentives for workers to relocate across borders. Patterns of migration are also becoming more complex: the traditional concept of labour migration as being from ‘South’ to ‘North’ is no longer accurate enough to capture the variety of flows across the Asia-Pacific.

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