Dream Deferred for Brazilian Immigrants
August 20, 2008, 12:22 am
Filed under: Economics, Latin America | Tags: , ,

For decades, deteriorating economic conditions and instability, have compelled millions of Latin Americans to emigrate to the United States in the hopes of achieving the ‘American Dream’. Nowadays, the faltering U.S. economy has led some to reconsider, and many immigrants, including Brazilians, are leaving the United States and heading back to Brazil, where a strong and rapidly growing economy awaits them.

Al-Jazeera’s Gabriel Elizondo explores this trend.

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