Report: Immigrants Drive United States’ Small Business Creation

Hispanically Speaking News
August 17, 2012

According to a report from a bipartisan group of more than 450 mayors and business leaders from around the country known as the Partnership for a New American Economy, immigrants are increasingly more likely to start small businesses and create jobs.

The report, Open for Business: How Immigrants Are Driving Business Creation in the United States, highlight the significant and growing impact of immigrant entrepreneurs n new business generation and the creation of American jobs.

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