New Mexico Economic Databook - February 2014
4 Mar 2014
Indicators & Data
The Kansas City Fed's monthly economic databooks provide summaries of regional and national economic indicators for the Tenth Federal Reserve District states including Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Wyoming and New Mexico.
The databooks provide current economic indicators to help monitor trends and allow comparison of past information. These indicators include: Gross Domestic Product (GDP); inflation; employment; employment by industry; county and state unemployment; personal income; home prices; housing indicators; manufacturing; oil, gas and coal production; agriculture; and exports.
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NM's Corporate Tax AdvantageMar 4 2014
Winthrop Quigley | Albuquerque Journal - Legislation enacted last year to make New Mexico’s business tax climate more competitive did lower the effective tax rate on some businesses, but when combined with credits makes state taxes the lowest in the region for manufacturers, according to a New Mexico Tax...
Ernst & Young Ranks NM #1 in the West for Manufacturers The New Mexico Economic Development Department is pleased to report that a newly released study completed by Ernst & Young ranks New Mexico as the best state in the West for manufacturing. According to the study, New Mexico...
Nick Pappas | Albuquerque Journal - New Mexico is one of four finalists for Tesla Motors Inc.’s multibillion-dollar battery “gigafactory,” a 10-million-square-foot facility that is expected to employ up to 6,500 workers. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based electric car manufacturer said Wednesday that it has narrowed the location to...