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Tuesday, September 19, 2006 

Migration Dynamics and Policy Choices (II)
I couldn’t leave the previous post on migration policy alone, and I found quite interesting the points raised in this article re another aspect in the migration conundrum for the Caribbean.
This aspect lies with the impacts and expansion of free-trade on local economies, and how those patterns will affect the movement of people, and on the same token on the choices of public policy to adjust standards of living with balanced economic growth.

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