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Latino-Owned Businesses: Patterns on Growth and Exclusion.pdf


Summary: With the results of the 2007 Economic Census released in the second half of 2010, there has been a flurry of articles published across this country noting the increase in Latino businesses since 2002. From Oregon to Arkansas to New Hampshire and Pennsylvania, across rural communities and urban areas, the nation saw dramatic increases in Latino-owned businesses between 2002 and 2007. This article provides an overview of Latino businesses and the issues they face as they struggle to succeed in today's changing economy.



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