Tucson's economic drivers will see through recession

February 2008
Inside Tucson Business;2/4/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 34, p4
The article presents an economic forecast by Richard C. Carlson of Spectrum Economics Inc. for Tucson, Arizona in 2008. According to Carlson, the city's reliance on four economic areas such as military, high technology and retirees depict the idea that its regional economy will be little affected by the national recession. He claims that the city will need 15,000 housing units a year to meet the economy's normal growth.


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