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July 10, 2014 4:51 PM

Businessman finds U.S. is still ‘a land of opportunity’

It looks like a normal gas station, a Phillips 66. Six pumps. Somewhat dressed up from the previous owner. But it represents another nimble step in the economic climb of Zahid Awan, 49, a Pakistani-American national who more than two decades ago came to the United States, “where I could breathe openly.”

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