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Food prices for consumers in ethnic enclaves could explain difference in assimilation rates

20:00 EDT 11 Aug 2018 | AAAS

(University of Kansas) Food prices in ethnic enclaves address questions on consumer behavior in the ethnically dense areas concentrated with businesses owned by immigrants of the same country.

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