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    M3 REPORT:Migration will increase at end of economic crisis

    Migration will increase at end of economic crisis
    m3report | July 16, 2010 at 7:06 am | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/pg2Ga-xw

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    El Universo (Guayaquil, Ecuador) 7/15/10

    Migration will increase at end of economic crisis

    The world’s economic recovery ought to generate enough jobs to bring about a new increase in emigration toward developed countries next year, according to a recent release by the Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation (OECD.) According to the OECD, the flow of emigrants fell approximately 6%, down to 4 million persons, in 2008, and it continued downward in 2009, ending a five year period of increase.

    http://www.eluniverso.com/2010/07/15/1/ ... 360&m=1860

    (In turn, the above news item was apparently based on the following English language report from the OECD)

    http://www.oecd.org/document/26/0,3343, ... _1,00.html

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    El Sol de Morelia (Morelia, Michoacán) 7/15/10

    Michoacán residents keep emigrating to the United States

    Zayra Mandujano Fernandez, head of the state of Michoacán Dep’t. of Migrants, said that some 30,000 residents of that state emigrate to the United States every year despite that country’s measures to increase border security to halt the passage of undocumented persons. She added that the phenomenon of migration will not diminish during the next twenty years due to the economic blows that Mexico has suffered.

    http://www.oem.com.mx/elsoldemorelia/notas/n1708311.htm

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    El Porvenir (Monterrey, Nuevo Leon) 7/15/10

    Small arsenal found

    In Linares, Nuevo Leon, an anonymous call led Mexican military to a locale where they seized 12 shoulder weapons, 208 loaders, a grenade launcher, a rocket launcher, 7,000 rounds of ammo, three “tactical equipment
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    [quote]Ten million Mexicans are ‘invisible’ “

    At least some 10 million Mexicans, around 11% of the country’s population, lack a birth certificate, and thus also lack access to education and social programs, according to a private foundation named “Be Foundation Derecho a la Identidad.
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