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A Hispanic Powerhouse: The Latino Contributions to New York

For a long time now, economists and academics have supported the idea that immigration generates undeniable economic benefits: immigrants increase the labor force complementing the native-born population; they create jobs by establishing new businesses; and they foster innovation by developing new ideas and technologies. Hispanics, being the largest immigrant group in the United States, are no exception.
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