Mexicans, Koreans, and Indians are the most entrepreneurial immigrants. Immigrants like An Wang and Andrew Carnegie have made a significant contribution to the U.S. economy. In fact, over two fifths of all 500 Fortune companies have been established by immigrant entrepreneurs and their progeny. They have over 3.6 million employees. And leading U.S. brands such as Goldman Sachs, DuPont, U.S. Steel, and Proctor & Gamble have been founded by entrepreneurial immigrants. They contribute to innovation, economic growth, productivity growth, and capital accumulation. Many of the high impact companies are owned by foreign-born nationals. And they have strategic relationships with foreign companies, a sign of global economic interdependence.
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