Trump Has Started a Brain Drain Back to India

Indian immigrants are a vital pillar of the U.S. economy, but they’re starting to reconsider their options.

Foreign Policy
Sep 23, 2017 · 8 min read
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Google India vice president Rajan Anandan addresses at the launch of Tez, a Google built simple and secure mobile payments and commerce app built for India, in New Delhi — Photo by K Asif/India Today Group/Getty Images

By Suzanne Sataline

In 2005, two years after Sameer Sahay arrived in the United States from India to pursue an MBA, he was thrilled when an Oregon health care company hired him and…

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