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Uruguay wants to promote knowledge economy and avoid brain drain

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In one of the historical moments in which technology and science are more protagonists than ever, Uruguay wants to bet on the knowledge economy with a view to a long-term development that avoids the brain drain.

This was stated this Thursday during the talk "Innovation and Knowledge Economy", organized by the National Academy of Economics of Uruguay.

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