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Manuel grew up in Argentina but was able to attend UGA to get both his BS and MD degrees. He has chosen to take a job Emory Hospital in Atlanta as a cardiologist. From the standpoint of Argentina, this is an example of:

 

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vicious-cycle-of-poverty hypothesis

 

brain drain

 

crony capitalism

 

capital flight

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