Miami-Dade has a higher percentage of Hispanics -- roughly 60% -- than any other large county in the nation, according to the Beacon Council, Dade County's official economic development organization. While Cubans dominate in Miami-Dade, others from countries like Mexico, Honduras and Colombia are quickly moving to the area, though. Residents of Cuban ancestry are now roughly tied with non-Cuban Hispanics in population size. For retailers, serving the Hispanic population means evolving to ...
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