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In a recent article in the Washington Post, International Migration Institute co-director Hein de Haas comments on changing migration trends between Spain and Morocco.

A business article in the Washington Post (USA), Spaniards Fleeing Jobless Scourge Seek Jobs in Morocco: Economy published on 28 August 2013 quoted International Migration Institute Hein de Haas, on changing migration trends between Spain and Morocco.

The article quotes de Haas saying: “It’s not just fantasy, there is a decline in migration from Morocco while native-born Spaniards are going south,” said Hein, “It is linked to business cycles.”

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