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Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy 2010 - 2015

Capital Area Economic Development District Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Texas 31 December 2010 Guidelines development, equality, political rights, social development

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This document is done to fulfill a requirement of the Economic Development Administration, U.S.
Department of Commerce, for the planning funds received by the Capital Area Council of Governments as a designated Economic Development District (EDD). The Capital area consists of ten counties in central Texas, including the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). EDA requires that a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy or CEDS be done every five years, ideally with annual updates as appropriate.

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