secondary economic activity

NEWS via ABQjournal: Mexican economy’s growth in overdrive

March 19, 2014 // 0 Comments

Mexican economy’s growth in overdrive By Jerry Pacheco / For the Journal PUBLISHED: Monday, March 17, 2014 at 12:05 am The current economic situation in Mexico reminds me of what was going on in this country in the early 1990s. At that time, Mexico had fully committed to opening up its economy and opting for trade liberalization. It had a young president who was openly supportive of commerce and of foreign direct investment in his country. A wave of privatization, reversing the trends in the 1980s, was sweeping the country as it opened up its telecommunications and financial industries. The North American Free Trade Agreement was implemented in 1994 and Mexico was going full steam ahead to create a modern economy. Perhaps more than anything, there was a spirit of change and excitement in the air. Fast-forward 20 years and this same feeling seems to be in the air, as the Mexican economy grows and change is happening daily. Since taking office at the end of 2012, Mexican President [...]

NEWS via Mlive.com: ‘I used to live here’: Saginaw’s Steep Population Drop hits Neighborhoods

February 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

Keyterms: Population Geography, urbanization, deindustrialization, out-migration, white-flight, redlining, push factors, Urban Geography, Economic Geography, Development, Blight, Industry, Manufacturing, secondary economic activity. (¯`·._.·(¯`·._.·(¯`·._.· Article Below ·._.·´¯)·._.·´¯)·._.·´¯) ‘I used to live here’: Saginaw’s steep population drop hits neighborhoods By Mark Tower | mtower@mlive.com on January 26, 2014 at 7:00 AM, updated January 26, 2014 at 11:17 AM SAGINAW, MI — Former Saginaw City Manager Darnell Earley often said his job was one of “managing decline.” In just five decades, the city’s population dropped from nearly 100,000 in the 1960s to fewer than 52,000 by the 2010 census. To say it another way, Saginaw lost 48 percent of its residents during the last 50 years. The reasons for the decline are many, and the impact of the outbound migration is still felt today. This week, The Saginaw News takes a look [...]
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