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The brain drain: how to reverse the trend


According to the World Bank, a brain drain from poorer to richer areas of the world has involved over one hundred thousand students over the last ten years, and thirty-seven thousand in Europe alone.

According to the World Bank, a brain drain from poorer to richer areas of the world has involved over one hundred thousand students over the last ten years, and thirty-seven thousand in Europe alone.

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