Opinion, by Michael Kerlin
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil’s sudden burst of immigration has received well deserved attention, with Portuguese, Paraguayans, Bolivians, Chinese and other groups boosting the country’s foreign-born population by more than fifty percent in the past six months. Above all, this demographic trend signals a healthy economy, capable of attracting not just capital but also labor. But Brazil has been exporting labor for years as well, and the country’s emigrants still have a major . . .