Bloomberg reported that while most governments in the Americas have deployed troops and erected barriers to stem an exodus of millions of Venezuelans, Brazil is welcoming the newcomers with open arms. Brazil is drawing migrants into its economy to fill the many basic but gruelling jobs that its own citizens don’t want. Most of these jobs are in agriculture in remote areas. See https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2023-venezuela-migrant-crisis-brazil-jobs/?embedded-checkout=true .
This is one of the first examples of the future trend I describe in Chapter 15: “Give me your huddled masses”.