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Nearly 30% fewer jobs for migrants in Italy, study predicts

Small business responsible for 89% of cuts

Nearly 30% fewer jobs for migrants in Italy, study predicts

(ANSA) - Rome, August 17 - The economic crisis will slash an estimated 22,420 jobs that would have gone to immigrants by year's end, according to a report from the Italian labor ministry Friday. The 27% drop concerns full-time manual labor. The report, which was co-sponsored by the national union of chambers of commerce Unioncamere, said that small businesses accounted for 88.5% of the cuts. Nearly 70% of the lost jobs are predicted to be in the north.

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