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Southeast Asian countries are realising the importance of high-skilled immigration

The ASEAN Economic Community and its members have successfully achieved tight-knit trade linkages. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Aiko Kikkawa Takenaka

Economist, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department, Asian Development Bank

Eric Suan

Associate Statistics Officer, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department, Asian Development Blog

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