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Report raises 'brain drain' alert

By Wu Jiao | China Daily | Updated: 2007-02-13 06:48

China's top think-tank has warned of a "brain drain" as a result of large-scale emigration.

More than 300,000 talented Chinese emigrants are working in high value-added industries in other countries, according to the 2007 Blue Book on Global Politics and Security, published by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences recently.

The number is rising as tens of thousands of well-trained university graduates depart the country every year.

Report raises 'brain drain' alert

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