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THE ECONOMY-Elusive Industrial Growth

neither hereditary nor self-taught, but a professional acquisition based on international exchange of information of modern skills and techniques. This was, paradoxically enough, brought to light during a recent seminar in Bangkok, where human rights activists gathered from different parts of south and south-east Asia, under the aegis of the International Commission of Jurists and the Christian Conference of Asia, to discuss the problem of erosion of the rule of law in the region.

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