RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Opinion research institutes in Venezuela and the US news agency Bloomberg, specializing in economic issues, have drawn attention to changes in migration flows into and out of Venezuela.
A slight stabilization of the Venezuelan economy, and negative experiences in the migrants' host countries are said to have slowed down emigration. More and more Venezuelans are returning to their homeland.
According to the UN, millions of Venezuelans have left their country in recent years as a result of the severe economic and food crisis. Most of them have found refuge in other Latin American countries, although a . . .