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Israel / Brain Drain #306593

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 26, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Sunnyvale, California: Bob Faw) Israel's effort to entice intelligentsia who left the country to return examined; brain drain's impact on national economy noted. Boaz Eitan and family cited as example [Israeli consul general Yaacov SELLA - cites need for engineers and technicians in Israel.] Focus of recruiters' campaign described. [Stanford professor Anat ADMATI - explains disadvantages of living in Israel.] [Wafer Scale Incorporated founder Eli HARRARI - agrees.] [EITAN - doesn't believe his return means life or death to Israel.] [ADMATI - cites complexity of issue.]

Faw, Bob;
Schieffer, Bob

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