International migration and international trade, Parts by Sharon Stanton Russell, Michael S. Teitelbaum

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These figures do not include the estimated 1 million East Germans who have moved to the Western part of the country since the fall of the Berlin wall in November 1989 (Chesnais 1991:10,14; Boston Globe 1992:5). Page 12 for asylum in Germany was 194,000, the highest figure on record (SOPEMI 1990:49). These in-migrants include only those enumerated officially; those entering illegally, or overstaying short-term visas, are not included. (SOPEMI 1990:Table 3). 30 In-migration to France has also risen, but less dramatically than in Germany.

2 million illegals. The recent operation to legalize such migrants revealed that most originated in the Maghreb, Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Latin America, along with non-trivial numbers from Yugoslavia and Poland (SOPEMI 1990:2324). A substantial number of Asian migrants are women, many of whom are educated but migrate to take up domestic work. The salary of a Thai domestic worker in Italy is 1015 times that of a lower level professional worker in Thailand (Weinart 1991:10). 33 There are relatively few studies of the new immigration to Spain, but according to one, the number of all non-nationals there doubled between 1970 and 1985, when there were more than 500,000 from Portugal and the developing countries.

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