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In the old days, it was cattle, cotton, citrus, climate and copper. Now it  is technology commercialization.
VISION - ARIZONA

The changing US and global economic environment is shifting the competitive landscape so that Arizona's driving industries of the past may not be sufficient to maintain its economic well-being going forward." (Arizona's Economic Future August 2002 by www.economy.com)

While ArizonaÍs economy has created new jobs at a remarkable pace, its current structure and reliance on the service sector have failed to keep per capita income equal to the national average or to significantly improve poverty rates. The Arizona economy has broadened over the past decade beyond the 5 C's (cotton, cattle, citrus, copper, and climate) to include electronics, back office administrative services and high technology clusters (optics, information technology, aerospace, environmental technology, advanced materials, and life sciences). Arizona remains a narrowly focused economy and ranks last among states considered as competitors for the development or attraction of technology based industries.

If Southern Arizona is to prosper it must diversify and make use of:
     1. Sustainable Systems and Products;
     2. Greater Community Involvement; and,
     3. Globally Competitive Community Attributes.

At critical mass, Southern Arizona has created an economic model that establishes quality jobs, stems the brain drain, attracts capital and companies, and stimulates the start up of new companies.
VISION
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Arizona

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