Fear hampers Africa cooperation, labor migration

07/29/2009 | AllAfrica Global Media

A pervasive lack of laws across Africa to foster the flow of skills and talent through labor migration hamstrings efforts to promote regional economic cooperation, African economists and the United Nations say. Source countries resist the practice over fears of severe brain drain, while some destination countries express concerns for effects on local job markets.

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