Tax incentives can help create jobs for disabled
Last week we asked readers for their thoughts on ways to reduce society’s prejudices against disabled people in Viet Nam, and on ways to help the disabled with job training and recruitment.
JP Mishra, Indian, HCM City
The World Health Organisation estimates there are almost 600 million disabled people in the world, about 10 per cent of the world’s population. Looking into this figure, where Viet Nam has more than 5 million disabled, it strikes me as below the world average, yet still requiring immediate attention.
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