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Housing market trends in El Paso

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Border metros see economic growth

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Unconventional natural gas drives New Mexico rig count

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Mexico regulatory change redefines maquiladora

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Border cities: economic competitors or complements?

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The economy of Southwest New Mexico

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Low-wage occupations remain a hallmark of El Paso economy

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El Paso economy sluggish in 2007: U.S. slowdown outweighs Fort Bliss expansion

This has been a disappointing year for El Paso in terms of job growth. Through October, the city added only 1,200 new wage and salary jobs, according to seasonally adjusted data, an annualized growth rate of less than 1 percent. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at a historically low level of 5.4 percent in October, but progress in lowering the rate further stalled at midyear.
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Cyclical differences emerge in border city economies

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Southeast New Mexico shines as state economy slowly mends

Crossroads , Issue 1 , Pages 1-4

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