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bradie holmes

when you think about exports you are probably thinking about how a tangible good. However, it can also be a service like college. colleges are losing money when international students do not come over from other countries. Catherine Rampell says that they are not coming to college in the us and going to other universities in other countries due to our government. the numbers are there that these universities in other countries as our decline.

Santos Garcia

I do think that the United States of America should take action to promote the international student enrollment in colleges and universities. Because it brings more money and success into the tables of colleges and universities. Especially the international student enrollment depends on the foreign students money so that the program can keep on going and bring more ideas into the program for the future. All because whoever the colleges and universities are partnered with when it comes to companies giving jobs. They need and depend on the schools students because without them. The companies will not be successful at all.

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