Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Border Cities Miss Texas Economic Upturn
Employment growth along the Texas–Mexico border slowed in 2017, as the region dealt with the cross-currents of the strong U.S. economic expansion and a pickup in Texas activity, along with a slowing Mexican economy and weaker peso.
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Marycruz De Leon & Dylan Szeto, "Border Cities Miss Texas Economic Upturn"
, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Southwest Economy, issue Q2, pages 18-18, 2018.
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