Emerging economy drugmakers face lurking challenge

Asian economies have opened up and policymakers are taking care of their manufacturing industries, writes political economist Dani Rodrik. "When economies develop and become richer, manufacturing inevitably becomes less important. But if this happens more rapidly than workers can acquire advanced skills, the result can be a dangerous imbalance between an economy's productive structure and its workforce." Column

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