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World Business: Stopping Malaysia's Brain Drain 17/12/2010 | PBS

Duration: 05:52
Program: World Business
Broadcast Date: Dec. 17, 2010

World Business: The loss of talent known as the brain drain is a serious challenge to many developing countries. For Malaysia the worry is more acute because it sits right next door to Singapore, one of the most attractive places for skilled expats. But the government is acting now to try and stem both the outflow of local talent and attract more foreign skilled workers. Reporter: Rian Maelzer

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Post Date: January 25, 2011