Valley retail market remains resilient

Herrera, Ashley
February 2003
Las Vegas Business Press;2/17/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p5A
Focuses on the impact of economic downturn on the retail market in Las Vegas, Nevada. Decrease of consumer spending; Factors influencing on the increase of unemployment rate; Profitability of the food and beverage establishments.


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