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Reverse brain drain pulls Brazilians home, and Europeans with them
The Christian Science Monitor
When school friends Alessandra Orofino and Miguel Lago were growing up here in the 1990s, their hometown wasn’t where they envisioned getting an auspicious start to their futures. It was depressed, dirty, and violent. So like thousands of Brazilians with means, they headed abroad for college.