How immigrant entrepreneurs get their start in the U.S. economy
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Some immigrants struggle to transfer their degrees or skills into a new country, so they decide to become their own boss. A Harvard Business School study found about 25% of all new businesses in the U.S. are started by immigrants. In East Hollywood, a growing community of Thai business owners are contributing to the trend.
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