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Continuismo in South-East Asia

ceeds 11 million or one-quarter of the country's entire labour force. The prices of many prime necessities, above all food, are steadily rising. Pointing to the far-reaching consequences of the present economic policy, Merdeka wrote on November 8 that those behind this policy "would seem to have themselves undertaken to prepare combat forces for a social revolution''.

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