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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Southwest Economy
Border Cities Miss Texas Economic Upturn
Marycruz De Leon
Dylan Szeto
Abstract

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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