Border Economic Forum
On January 13th of 2013 The University of Texas at El Paso Border Region Modeling Project and the El Paso Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas held a forum
to address the regional economic outlook for 2013.
The 8th Border Economic Forum covererd major issues affecting real estate, banking, health care, automobile sales, transportation infrastructure, municipal
water consumption and regional economic development in the Borderplex. Material presented discussed national, regional, local and cross-border trends that
are expected to impact business conditions in 2013.
Following are copies of the presentations in PDF format.