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Immigrants Boost Britain's Economy

on 2001/1/28 8:46:02 ( 1407 reads )


LONDON, ENGLAND, January 25, 2001: Immigrating from Northern India in 1975, Perween Warsi started her own business over 20 years ago by making and selling samosas from her home in Derby. From this humble beginning her multi-million dollar business now employs 1,300 people in 4 factories. Such a success story confirms Britain Immigration Minister Barbara Roche's statement, "Immigration is good for us. Self-selection by migrants is likely to mean they are more resourceful, entrepreneurial and ambitious than the norm." Statistics confirm that Britain's population is declining and aging. By encouraging immigration new resources enter the country, productivity increases and inflation declines.

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