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Regional Economic Forecast for Southern California 2002-2003

Southern California Association of Governments

Southern California can no longer be viewed economically as a collection of related communities, but must be seen as an integrated, interconnected geographical unit. On November 16, 2001, at its fifth annual Regional Economic Forecast Conference, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) will once again present the views of recognized experts on the specific issues unique to the Southern California regional economy.

The economic forecasts presented at this conference are the only predictions available that are devoted exclusively to the short-term (2002-2003) outlook for the six-county region as a whole. In addition to providing a distinctive gauge of the direction of the Southern California economy, these forecast form the basis for SCAG's final projections of transportation revenues in its 2001 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) for Southern California.

The only event of its kind, SCAG's Regional Economic Forecast Conference is a unique opportunity for local officials, private consultants, economic development planners and analysts to take advantage of authoritative, cutting edge economic thinking for the years 2002-2003.

Related Link: SCAG's What's New Section

For more information contact:

Linda Jones
Southern California Association of Governments
818 W. Seventh Street., 12th Floor
Los Angeles
CA 90017
US

Phone: (213) 236-1912
Fax: (213) 236-1963
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.scag.ca.gov

Published on:
October 23, 2001 - 5:09pm
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