Curriden, Mark
February 1989
ABA Journal;Feb89, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p36
Focuses on the restrictions on business and foreign investment in the United States caused by the country's immigration policy according to lawyer, Dale Schwartz. Case example of K.J. International president Alnoor Dhanani; Necessity for President George Bush to become more sensitive in immigration matters.


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