Economics

What is the result of the rural-urban migration?


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1:There is a steady increase in the percentage of the population in cities and towns.
2:The migration can add to labor scarcities on the land, to the high costs of providing urban services, and to a change in demand from domestic to imported goods that cost foreign exchange.

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