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Sweden’s new migration act imposes tough conditions for permanent residency. Jenny Iao-Jörgensen and Benny Borghei of the Swedish Association of University Teachers and Researchers (SULF) argue this will do long-term damage to the country’s attractiveness to the top international talents. Read the article in The Local: OPINION: Sweden’s new migration act will damage our research and send international talent elsewhere

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