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Hopes and concerns over tourism investment in Mexico

The current administration has cut expenses like promotional campaigns, but officials are optimistic about growth.

What data can tell us about Southern Arizona’s economic well-being

The MAP Dashboard measures the Tucson metro's performance in 36 socioeconomic indicators.

McSally pushing North American trade deal

Senate Republicans claim the House is delaying a vote on the USMCA.

Not on board: Research shows consequences of mandating corporate gender diversity

Companies in California saw their stock price drop after the signing of a new law.

Asarco strike creates division, uncertainty and unity

Mine workers are striking for better pay and benefits.

Housing inventory decreases in Tucson while demand stays high

Observers say the decrease follows a nationwide trend.

Census hiring 9,000 in Pima County for its 2020 count

Officials are taking measures locally to avoid an undercount, which would impact government services and redistricting.

Arizona miners strike against Asarco

Strikers are calling for better pay and benefits.

How are NAFTA and the USMCA different?

An explanation from from the UA School of Government and Public Policy's Jeff Kucik.

Understanding workers’ rights in Arizona

What it means to be an at-will, right-to-work state.

Douglas is turning to tourism for an economic boost

The city is conducting tours twice a month in the community.

Market-style development could threaten historic buildings on Broadway

A group is calling for two buildings to be designated historic landmarks to protect them amid development.

Pence pushes new NAFTA in Green Valley

In a visit Thursday, the Vice President urged locals to push for passage of the USMCA agreement.

Missile-maker Raytheon says it will hire 1,000 new employees in Tucson

The defense contractor says it has an economic impact on Arizona of $2.6 billion.

Arizona Chamber President: USMCA will pass regardless of possible impeachment

The business group leader expects the new North American trade agreement to be ratified despite an inquiry into the president.

ADOT widens I-10, but will it be enough?

The number of cars traveling between Tucson and Casa Grande could quadruple in two decades.

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