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Austin's high-tech industry: played out or just beginning?

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Top and bottom 10 industries for employment growth

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Steady-as-she-goes? an analysis of the San Antonio business cycle

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Corpus Christi: an economy in transition

Corpus Christi tempts tourists with miles of beaches, sea breezes, an arts and museum district, waterfront restaurants, shopping and more. It is also home to a major seaport, Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi, a large health care system, military bases, refineries and chemical plants. Port activity and tourism remain important components of the Corpus Christi economy. However, some sectors are declining in importance, such as agriculture, oil and gas, petrochemicals and military, while others are expanding, such as health care, alternative energy and education. ; Jobs in the Corpus Christi ...
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Gauging the impact of the San Antonio Toyota plant

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New business-cycle indexes available for Texas metros

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Affordability and education: keys to San Antonio's long-term growth

This article analyzes San Antonio's competitiveness compared with a group of peer MSAs defined by similar attributes of location, industry composition, demographics, tourism and population size. Our analysis finds that San Antonio remains very economically competitive and likely will continue to enjoy above-average growth in the long run, although the Alamo City does face long-term challenges due to a less-educated population.
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Framing the future: tomorrow's border economy

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Market solutions to water allocation in Texas

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Border region makes progress in the 1990s

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