People in poorer countries in the southern hemisphere are increasingly migrating to richer countries, mostly in the northern parts of the world, in search of a better economic future. The trend has sped up since the early 1990s, a new study by the International Monetary Fund reveals.
The accompanying chart shows where global migrants are ending up. Australia, Canada, the United States and Northern Europe not surprisingly have become magnets for immigrants. But the Persian Gulf states and even Kazakhstan, a small but resource-rich central Asian nation, are also popular destinations.
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