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Boom on the border: New Mexico, El Paso battle for business

(Source: Albuquerque Journal, April 13, 2014)

SANTA TERESA, N.M. -- The proximity of southern New Mexico and West Texas communities – and their mutual neighbor to the south, Ciudad Juárez – makes them necessary, if not always comfortable, bedfellows on a host of issues from water rights to workforce development. Now as development explodes in Santa Teresa – and companies are moving out of El Paso to relocate there – conflicts have emerged even as the region attempts to work together to attract new business to the borderlands.

Full story: Albuquerque Journal

Monday, April 14, 2014

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