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  • Sunday, 30 Dec 2012

Parents want choices for their children.

Non-tradeable services such as house cleaning or hair cutting have little room for productivity improvements and market expansion but sophisticated financial, consulting, health and environmental services do contribute to productivity growth. – ‘Stuck in the Middle’, The World Bank, Nov 2012

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