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Texas maintains top exporter standing while its trade remains concentrated

Janet Koech and Mark Wynne ()

Southwest Economy, 2015, issue Q3, 16-20

Abstract: While Texas has become the nation?s top exporting state, benefiting from trade of intermediate goods to Mexico and a global presence as an energy hub, its export activity remains concentrated relative to the U.S. and other states.

Date: 2015
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