Be aware of economic development complexities

Kelley, Steve
May 2004
Inside Tucson Business;5/31/2004, Vol. 13 Issue 48, p6
Comments on key issues pertaining to economic development in Tucson, Arizona. Economic policy; Maintenance of a sustainable quality of life; Business and economic conditions; Fiscal policy; Complexities of regional economic development.


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