The Texas Center for Border Economic and Enterprise Development
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The Border Business Indicators is a monthly publication of the Texas Center which provides it's readers with border-related economic information including pedestrian, vehicle and truck border crossings, border crossing revenues, infrastructure statistics, employment figures. This publication ran in print form from November-1990 through September-2010.
You can download a previous copy of the Border Business Indicators in PDF format from the links below:
The Vision Economic Outlook report is a joint publication in cooperation with the Laredo Chamber of Commerce.
This publication was developed for the Laredo Vision conference and presented annualy from October 1999 through May 2014
The Texas Border Region Enjoys a Decade of Strong Growth
Laredo, Texas. March 23, 2000
What will be its Economic Impact on Laredo?
Laredo, TX. April 27, 2004 - Monterrey, NL. April 28, 2004
The Texas Center through its activities and partnerships, not only achieve TAMIU's mission, but also contribute directly to achieving the Economic Development Administration's (EDA) goal to "prepare America's regions for growth and success in the world economy."
These reports are prepared by the Center’s staff for the purpose of communicating to the public the Center’s mission, activities and services available to the area
The Association for Borderlands Studies (ABS) is the leading international scholarly association dedicated exclusively to the systematic interchange of ideas and information relating to international border areas. Founded in 1976 with the original emphasis on the study of the United States-Mexico borderlands region, the Association has grown steadily. It now encompasses an interdisciplinary membership of scholars at more than one hundred academic, governmental institutions, and NGOs representing the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe.
The ABS maintains relations with fraternal institutions and associations in the Americas and Europe. The Association's annual meeting provides a forum for a wide range of topics on border regions around the world. The ABS also sponsors or co-sponsors other meetings on borderland topics.
For information regarding the association, memebership, and conference schedules visit: