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How does AIDS affect the South African economy?

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  • It reduces the size the of the workforce, skilled and unskilled.
  • It causes serious social problems that are likely to cause economic problems in the medium and long term. For example, the early death of adult parents often means that teenagers have to bring up their younger siblings (brothers and sisters) instead of continuing their education. This in turn reduces the number of future skilled workers.
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