The Cleveland Metropolitan Economy: An Initial Assessment, Executive Summary
Jan 1, 1982
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The purpose of this report is to provide a comprehensive baseline review of the available facts about metropolitan Cleveland's economy. It provides understanding of how the Cleveland economy works, what its special role has been in the larger U.S. economy, and how it has been responding to its environment. The report examines major trends in the Cleveland economy; durable goods manufacturing, a traditional mainstay of Cleveland's economy; how services fit in the economic structure; minority concerns; and continued economic monitoring.
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