California Leads U.s. In Immigrant Entrepreneurship, Study Finds

Immigrants own 33% of California's small businesses, the highest share in the U.S., and make up 27% of the state's population.When Gloria Suen opened a retail shop in Chinatown, she and her sister knew so little English they could barely decipher the rules and regulations that govern small businesses. But she asked advice from anyone who would listen and persevered.

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