Over the past 10 years, Corpus Christi has experienced an economic boom, with energy companies building new operations or expanding existing ones. In fact, according to the Texas Economic Development Council, “more than $55 billion in new business investment was announced between 2009 and 2019.” This is mainly due to port expansion and increased power generation in the Lone Star State.
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Thomas Baird, a director of CentraLand Title Co., had the novel “A Tale of Two Cities” in mind Friday afternoon as he described the current economy. “‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,’” Baird said. “I look back over the last few years (with COVID-19) and I can’t think of […]
AUSTIN – The growing series of sanctions imposed by the United States on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine could have a net positive effect on the economy of Texas due to the increase in the price of oil and stimulate the production of state energy. That’s the word of three economics experts who testified […]
Governor Greg Abbott today met with port sector leaders, staff and stakeholders from the Port of Brownsville for a roundtable discussion on the Texas economy, supply chain issues and the port industry. (PHOTO: Governor’s Office) – Advertisement – Texas Border Affairs AUSTIN, Texas – Governor Greg Abbott today met with port sector leaders, staff and […]