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Border Area Economic Development Plan for Dona Ana County, NM


Date Published: April 2015


This plan examines how Dona Ana County can best position itself to take advantage of increased commerce by leveraging investments coming into the area, strengthening transportation corridors and choices, developing its own business strengths and strengthening existing communities near the U.S./Mexico border, as manufacturing expands south of the border.

Keywords: New Mexico; regional planning; workforce development; infrastructure

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  • Doña Ana County (Viva Dona Ana)
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