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However, this Chinese economic model is slowly readjusting the region back to its pre-1970’s state of over-dependence on commodity exports. In addition to becoming a major trade partner in the region, China has become a financial investor in the nations so heavily that many fear China will soon surpass the United States as the major player in the region. China is rapidly increasing its involvement in the region. Over the past few years, Chinese trade has increased around 30% each year to meet their demand/need for raw materials. In 2010, “China’s share of the regions trade has reached 20%... up from just 1% in 1995.” (Stier 259) This increase has made China the top trade partner for Brazil, Argentina, and Chile and a leading partner in many other Latin American and Caribbean nations.
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When their pursuit at wealth through the gold mines failed, they then decided to become laborers. They were recruited to extract metals and minerals, construct a vast railroad network, reclaim swamplands, build irrigation systems, work as migrant agricultural laborers, develop the fishing industry, and operate highly-competitive manufacturing industries. During this time, 1890, the Chinese population in the United States was about 110,000. During this great flood of immigrants into the United States, anti-immigrant attitudes and stereotypes began to form (A Brief History). Angel Island Most immigrants entering the country came through New York, and passed through Ellis Island, the famous immigrant station located in New York harbor.
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After all, the anti-Chinese sentiment on the West Coast was increasing and as it was, many Chinese in the US had financial difficulties. However, not all... ... middle of paper ... ...e immigration population in the U.S grew considerably over the past so years. In 2011 there were 40.4 million foreign born people residing in the U.S where as the immigrant population in the 1960 was 9.7 million. Broken down by immigration status the foreign born population in 2011 was composed of 15.5 million naturalized us citizens, 13.1 million legal permanent residents and 11.1 million unauthorized migrants. According to new status from the U.S government 1600 more Chinese immigrants came into the us in 2011.