Barela Points To Southern Border as N.M. Area for Near-Term Economic Growth

From the Albuquerque Journal
By Winthrop Quigley
Wednesday, 23 March 2011 12:49

The state’s Economic Development Department secretary-designate tells Economic Forum that “lowest hanging fruit” for New Mexico job creation is along the border with Mexico

New Mexico’s near-term economic growth will likely come from its southern border, Jon Barela, Economic Development Department secretary-designate, told the Economic Forum on Wednesday in Albuquerque.
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