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(AJC) — Metro Atlanta continues to draw new foreign born residents despite the economic downturn, which sets it apart from many other regions around the country.  Atlanta’s immigrant population grew by 42,000 people, or 6 percent, from 2007 to 2009. That steady increase was felt in many ways, both good and bad: providing low-cost labor while also burdening some public services, adding new flair and texture to the culture while deeply unsettling some longtime residents.

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