Report on Immigrantrapreneurs

By Malena Amusa Feb 12, 2007

The Chinatowns of America have made way for more "enclave communities" of immigrants who run health clinics, law firms, and all types of start-up companies, a new study by the New York-based Center for an Urban Future found. The pro-policy solutions for city problems think tank also said these business corridors are out-pacing development by American-born entrepreneurs, especially in places such as New York city, Houston, and Los Angeles. Check out the report here.