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A 2-year-old girl living on the streets of Manila: The Philippines' ratio of children suffering from stunted growth -- 1 in 3 -- has held steady for two decades. (Photo by Jilson Tiu)
Asia Insight

Chronic malnutrition stunts Asia's rising-star economies

Over 30% of Indian, Filipino and Indonesian kids never get chance to reach potential

MIKHAIL FLORES and ROSEMARY MARANDI, Nikkei staff writers | India

MUMBAI/MANILA -- Malti Bhogade's twin daughters died soon after they were born.

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