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              Assets & Challenges Report

 

This report provides select quantitative and qualitative data on Cameron County, U.S. and Matamoros, Mexico, to assess assets and challenges for regional and binational development.  A key organizing principle is that the border region in general, and Cameron County / Matamoros in particular, is at a crossroads in terms of regional leadership; business and industry development; education and workforce training; and quality of life.  While benefiting from a strong binational economic and cultural heritage, established and growing educational assets, and a rapidly growing young bilingual and biliterate workforce, the border region is challenged as never before. A 216 pages manuscript.                                Access to PDF Document

   

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David Gibson. Ph.D., Pablo Rhi-Perez Ph.D., Ignacio E. Rodríguez, Oralia De Los Reyes . . Margaret Cotrofeld, Richard J. Rodarte, Mark Gipson, Alan Cox, Matt Cunningham, Dan Houston.

  

 

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