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Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Singapore at 50: facing life after the miracleChina Economics > China Economics Update — Gains from migration haven’t been exhaustedEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — A manufacturing migration?This article appears in multiple services — Without tighter rules, migration to stay strongJapan Economics > Japan Economics Focus — What should Mr Abe do to kick-start growth?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Watch — Saudi Arabia’s migrant crackdown – one year onJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Limited growth boost from revised “third arrow”This article appears in multiple services — As many Eastern Europeans going as comingThis article appears in multiple services — Falling immigration won't stop unemployment risingUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Falling immigration won't stop unemployment rising
This article appears in multiple services — Further signs that immigration has peakedUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Further signs that immigration has peakedUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Wide wage differentials won't stop migration fallingThis article appears in multiple services — Migrant flows - the UK’s loss is Poland’s gainUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Influx of migrants to widen current account deficitUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Net migration has probably peakedUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Immigration to keep wage pressures subdued