Recession hits migrants

| 02/07/2009

(WJS): The global economic crisis is hitting immigrants around the world harder than native-born workers and putting the brakes on a decades-long increase in international migration, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said.  Wealthy countries including the U.S. should avoid taking too many steps to discourage immigrants from coming, because many will need immigrant workers in the long run, the Paris-based group said in its annual migration report.

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