net emigration

net emigration
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net emigration UK US noun [U]
the amount by which the number of emigrants (= people leaving a country to live in another) is greater than the number of immigrants (= people arriving): »

The country has high levels of net emigration, as more people leave when times are toughest economically.

Compare NET IMMIGRATION(Cf. ↑net immigration)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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