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Total open registered unemployment in the non-socialist world stood at 46m in 1960, 67m in 1973 and by 1990 it is predicted it will reach 105m, or 4. 3 per cent of the labour force respectively. 2 per cent. 44 The situation is more serious in less-developed countries. According to the calculations carried out by Y. Sabolo, in 1973 the Third World accounted for four-fifths of the world's registered unemployed, viz. 54m of the 67m, to which some 250m under-employed must be added; the combined unemployment and under-employment rate was 29 per cent.
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