...when [subSaharan] migration is to wealthy countries, it is concentrated on three countries: the USA, the UK and France. These three receive almost 60% of African emigrants to the OECD. "This relates to ties of history, language and family between the countries of origin and the receiving countries," notes Théodora Xenogiani.Will African migration fall thanks to economic growth?
"Not automatically and not immediately. We can even expect an increase in the phenomenon. "Development gives even more people the resources to migrate," recalls Rohen d’Aiglepierre.Source