Wage gaps described as economic apartheid

A new study has found large wage gaps between expatriate and local staff in developing countries reduces the effectiveness of aid delivery.

The report said some Pacific Island countries had taken to calling the dual salary system ‘economic apartheid’, with the ratio of expat to local salaries ranging from 2:1 to 10:1 for staff with similar qualifications. Continue reading

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