Curacao and Sint Maarten governor discusses benefits of more women in labour force


The challenges faced by economies from ageing populations and declining birth rates can best be met by encouraging greater female participation in the labour force, said Emsley Tromp, governor of the Curacao and Sint Maarten central bank, in a recent speech.

Discussing the fiscal policy changes being implemented in the pension and welfare systems in developed countries, Tromp said developing countries can meet the demographic challenges ahead by encouraging and facilitating more women entering

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