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Interagency Taskforce on the Economic Development of the Southwest Border Reporting to Vice President Al Gore

By Clinton, William J.

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Title: Interagency Taskforce on the Economic Development of the Southwest Border Reporting to Vice President Al Gore  
Author: Clinton, William J.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Economics., United States. Department of the Treasury--Appropriations and Expenditures.
Collections: U.S. Department of the Treasury Collection
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Publisher: United States Department of the Treasury

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Clinton, W. J. (n.d.). Interagency Taskforce on the Economic Development of the Southwest Border Reporting to Vice President Al Gore. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: On the eve of a new millennium, our country is enjoying the longest peacetime expansion in U.S. history. The unemployment rate is at a thirty-year low, real income and productivity gains have accelerated, and inflation remains remarkably subdued. Moreover, the Federal government just posted its second consecutive budget surplus after nearly three decades of deficit spending.

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Contents Transmittal Letter from Lawrence H. Summers, Secretary of the Treasury and Chair of the Task Force to Vice President Al Gore and Gene Sperling, Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Vice Chair of the President?s Community Empowerment Board Executive Order 13122 Map of the Southwest Border Region and List of Counties I. Foreword Origins and Status of the Task Force II. Origins of the Task Force III. The Challenges Facing the Southwest Border IV. Status and Action Plan of the Task Force Current Federal Efforts in the Southwest Border Region V. Spurring Economic Development and Supporting Pilot Communities VI. Helping Southwest Border Communities Attract Capital, Improve Access to Credit and Foster Small Business Development VII. Promoting Education VIII. Investing in Job Training and Skills Development IX. Nurturing Children, Youth and Families X. Improving Living Conditions and Providing Affordable Housing XI. Improving Access to Quality Health Care

 

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