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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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El Paso and Texas border cities close the gap in per capita income

Crossroads , Issue 2 , Pages 1-8

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Housing market trends in El Paso

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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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U.S.–Mexico manufacturing: back in the race?

After joining the World Trade Organization, China made great strides in global manufacturing. But in recent years, manufacturing has shifted back to North America, and in some sectors, Mexico has a clear advantage over China. North America?s improved manufacturing outlook bodes well for the U.S.?Mexico border region.
Crossroads , Issue 1 , Pages 1-4

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Tourism and recreation a bright spot in the Big Bend region

Although challenges exist for the Big Bend region, bullish cattle prices, Mexico?s reforms, the energy boom in the Permian Basin and a stronger U.S. economy all bode well for the tricounty area. Furthermore, tourism and recreation provide the region a new avenue of growth.
Crossroads , Issue 1 , Pages 1-4

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Is the recession over in El Paso?

In December 2007, the U.S. economy entered a mild recession, a downturn that would ultimately trigger the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression and a fall into one of the longest and deepest recessions of the past 60 years. Growth returned to the U.S. in mid-2009 but remains too slow to make inroads into stubbornly high unemployment. Virtually no geographic area of the country was left untouched by the U.S. downturn, including El Paso, although the local economy performed much better than other border cities, such as McAllen, Brownsville and Laredo. Government-related spending, ...
Crossroads , Issue May

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The economy of Southwest New Mexico

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Cyclical differences emerge in border city economies

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