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Chapter 5 African diaspora- forced removal of Africans from their native area Brain drain- migration of best-educated people from developing countries to developed nations where economic opportunities are greater Brain gain- the potential return of migrants to contribute to the social and economic development of a home country with the experiences they have gained abroad Capital leakage- the gap between the gross receipts an industry 9such as tourism) brings into a developing area and the amount of capital retained Caribbean Community & Common Market (CARICOM)- a regional trade organization established in 1972 that includes former English colonies as its members Caribbean diaspora- economic flight of Caribbean peoples across the globe Creolization- blending of African, European, and some Amerindian cultural elements into the unique sociocultural systems found in the Caribbean Free trade zone- FTZ, a duty-free and tax exempt industrial park created to attract foreign
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