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Why do least developed countries in Asia not benefit more from transfers of technology?

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Technological progress is a critical factor driving economic development and inclusive growth. Together with capital accumulation and an increase in labour, it boosts national productive capacities by increasing total factor productivity, drives structural changes and increases competitiveness. For Asia’s least developed countries (LDCs) in particular, technological progress is vital to ensure economic growth, poverty reduction and inclusive development.

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