Archive of: Economic Development

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June 2007:Radar

June 2007:Radar

June 2007

Georgia’s Powerful Ports

Measured in the simplest and broadest terms, the total economic impact of the ports on Georgia’s economy is $55.8 billion.

June 2007

Classic City Gaining

Although renowned as a quintessential college town, Athens is very much a part of blue collar America. The area is more dependent on manufacturing jobs than either the state or the nation.

May 2007

April 2007: Trend Radar

Teacher training, bringing it downtown and a brain-powered economy.

April 2007

2007 Economic Yearbook: Growing Stronger

Our annual region-by-region overview shows the state is gaining economic strength. Eight Georgia Trend writers talked to civic and business leaders and economic development officials throughout the state to prepare this report. Stories by Carol Carter, Ray Glier, Jerry Grillo, Ed Lightsey, Don O’Briant, Gita M. Smith, Christy White and Ben Young.

April 2007
East Central: Art, Industry and Biofuel

East Central: Art, Industry and Biofuel

Anticipating A Boost

April 2007
Southwest: Retirees, Revitalization

Southwest: Retirees, Revitalization

Enjoying A Turnaround

April 2007
Virtuoso Performance

Virtuoso Performance

A new, high tech performing arts center – the first major venue built in the metro area in four decades – places Cobb County squarely on the nation’s entertainment map while boosting high-end development in the Galleria area.

April 2007
West Central: Riding The Wave

West Central: Riding The Wave

A New Auto Plant, A Military Expansion

April 2007
Central: Home Cooking

Central: Home Cooking

Local Industries Expanding

April 2007
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