Foreign Workers and the Provision of Public Services: The Case of Kuwait
Looney, Robert E.
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Traditionally, most of the literature on labour migration in the Middle East has focrused on the benefits received by both the labour-exporting and labour-importing countires. The labour-exporting countries receive badly needed foreign exchange in the form of remittances from workers overseas. The labour-importing countries, on the other hand, are able to augment their small and relatively untrained domestic labour forces.
International Journal of Social Economics. Vol. 20 No. 1, 1993, pp. 24-39. © MCB Unrersity Press. 03O&8293
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