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Snaking In While illegal immigration is a problem to the rich countries, accepting poor workers for a limited period, to 3% of a local labour force, would reap benefits to the developing world worth $200 billion a year, estimates Dani Rodrik, of Harvard. people smugglers are known locally as 'snakeheads'. (3)
2005-10-05
for: The Economist Newspaper, London.
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