For decades, U.S. universities have attracted large numbers of foreign students, who add brainpower to American classrooms while adding billions to the U.S. economy. But international students seem less enthusiastic about the United States of late. VOA's Kathleen Struck and Bronwyn Benito take a look at the factors prompting a growing number of foreign students to look elsewhere.
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