DIANE Publishing, 30 ago. 2004 - 64 páginas
A source of information on the economy of the 8 states in the Northwestern U.S. (Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington Nevada, Utah & the Northern 30 counties of California, with some consideration of developments in the neighboring Canadian provinces of British Columbia & Alberta). Includes information on population, employment, & migration; & income. Also trends in selected major industries: agriculture, high technology, travel & tourism, & construction & real estate. Discusses property rights & salmon recovery. Over 80 maps, charts & graphs.
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Página 12 - MSA (includes Clark and Nye Counties in Nevada and Mohave County in Arizona) • Featured County Source: Nevada Department of Employment . figure 10 During 1994, the new resorts boosted visitor volumes in Las Vegas by 19 percent, to 28.2 million visitors. The casinos' win in Clark County during 1994 was $5.389 billion, up 14.9 percent from 1993.