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The regional labor market in Southeast Asia is second only to China and India. Its development is subjected to the movement of labor force within the region. The flow of intraregional migrants has begun to grow since the s, reflecting imbalances in the distribution of labor among the countries of the region and the existence of significant differences between them in household income, wages and competitiveness, working conditions and employment opportunities.
IFC has conducted a financial capability and inclusion survey in Uzbekistan in This report provides key findings of the survey and recommendations across three main areas: 1 financial inclusion, 2 financial capability, and 3 financial consumer protection. The other sections of the report provides a detailed overview of the results of the financial capability survey, summarizes key findings of the report executive summary , introduces the methodology of the survey in chapter one, and focuses on the overall level of financial inclusion in Uzbekistan in chapter two. Chapter three is an overview of the levels of financial capability in Uzbekistan, specifically financial knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of respondents. Chapter four explores the relationship between financial inclusion and financial capability.