Cash for Work: Asia's answer to multiple crises
As published in Vietnam Investment Review on 7/6/2010
Mongolian herders and rural Indians, tow seemingly disparate peoples, could bring valuable insights to this week's World Economic Forum on East Asia. Both groups have suffered from multiple crises and both are climbing theif way out through innovative schemes that offer a hand up instead of a hand out.
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