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1 Britain has suffered a huge brain drain in recent years.
2 In this era of funding cutbacks and academic brain drains, one must suspend preconceptions.
3 Britain suffered a considerable brain drain to Unitied States after World War.
4 But is this brain drain real, or merely a bit of self - justification?
5 The last two years, a very serious brain drain.
6 The perception of the brain drain as a transaction in which the recipient country gains and the donor loses is incomplete, says this Nature editorial.
7 Ireland has suffered a huge brain drain in recent years.
8 England will face a brain drain due to a lack of competitive pay.
9 The country suffered from a continual brain drain because of bad economy.
10 Consequently the brain drain has become a hot potato which needs to solve.
11 Britain suffered a considerable brain drain to the United States after World War II.
12 Brain drain will cause inestimable losses to enterprises.
13 Brain drain has become a serious obstacle to the development of college and university libraries.
14 Immigration to the U.S. is causing a brain drain in some countries.
15 Russian government has eased the brain drain problem by formulating relevant laws and regulations,[sentencedict.com](www.Sentencedict.com) a subvention system and so on in the past decade.
16 Yet the brain drain to the clean - industry also draws on something other than pure technical expertise.
17 Currently, brain drain increasing especially in traditional state - owned mechanical enterprise.
18 That maths exam I took was a regular brain drain.
19 Reversing the brain drain could take time.
20 India has now begun to reverse the brain drain, summoning its prodigal children back home.
21 He could not argue, looking at Imperial, that there has been a major brain drain of senior staff.
22 With the deepening development of China's market economy, enterprises, especially state - owned enterprises increasingly about brain drain.
23 They find it difficult to keep good staff because of the brain drain.
24 Examine become mere formality, Employee's enthusiasm accepts certain degree contused wound. Many enterprises increasingly serious brain drain, great loss.
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