Archive of: Economic Development

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Too Quiet On The Homefront

Few if any of Georgia’s single-family housing markets are dodging the recession, but the turnaround in new home construction should begin in the second quarter of 2008.

September 2007

A Multicultural Economy

Georgia is the nation’s 10th largest consumer market, thanks to advances in buying power among African-American, Asian and Hispanic populations in the state.

August 2007

The Town And Gown Economy

July 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

June 2007:Radar

June 2007:Radar

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
Northeast: Striking A Balance

Northeast: Striking A Balance

More Tourism, More Retirees

April 2007
Metro Atlanta: Revving The Engines

Metro Atlanta: Revving The Engines

New Companies, New Jobs

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
Northwest: Changing The Landscape

Northwest: Changing The Landscape

April 2007
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