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The widening gap between wages and labour productivity

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Since the indices refer to a weighted average, developments in the three largest developed economies (United States, Japan and Germany) have a particular impact on this outcome. Labour productivity is measured as output per worker (see note 9).
Sources: ILO Global Wage Database; ILO Trends Econometric Model, March 2012.
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