Recently, economic reports and forecasts have started to look a little more positive – this morning the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced a reduction in Australia’s current account deficit, and economic growth and employment are picking up in regions all around the world. Top finance figures from around the globe even agreed to raise the global growth target at the recent G20 meeting in Australia. As part of On The Money’s coverage of the G20 growth target increase, I filed a report from Berlin taking a look at a crisis being hidden by positive economic numbers – the brain drain from countries hit hard by the Eurozone crisis:



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