Archive of: Economic Development

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Trend Radar: September 2007

Downtown developers going pro, unjamming commuter traffic, educating young Georgia drivers and greener grass.

September 2007

Lights, Camera, Kudzu

It’s been more than 30 years since Deliverance jump-started Georgia’s film industry, and now movies, TV, commercials and videos have a $450-million impact on the state’s economy. But the competition is fierce, especially from other Southern states ready for their close-ups.

September 2007

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

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
Metro Atlanta: Revving The Engines

Metro Atlanta: Revving The Engines

New Companies, New Jobs

April 2007
Central: Home Cooking

Central: Home Cooking

Local Industries Expanding

April 2007
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