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The border economy

The Texas border community has historically been the state's most disadvantaged area. However, the last decade has seen dramatic improvements in unemployment and other economic factors. This series of nine articles explores issues important to the region's economy—from job growth, wages and education to infrastructure demands, maquiladoras and illegal immigration.>

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anonymous, "The border economy", Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Monograph, number 2001tb:x:1, 2001.
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Keywords: Texas ; Employment (Economic theory) ; North American Free Trade Agreement
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