Keating, Joshua E.
December 2012
Foreign Policy;Dec2012, Issue 197, p12
The article discusses rising emigration to Brazil. Economic opportunities there are attracting immigrants from Asia and South America, as well as Brazilian expatriates from countries such as the U.S. Brazil continues to have stern restrictions on immigration, though, and immigration reform has proven controversial.


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