Several state agencies publish useful information on Colorado's economy. These include some serials that can keep Coloradans up-to-date on the state's economic situations, including:
-Colorado Economic Chronicle
-Focus Colorado, Economic and Revenue Forecast
-Colorado Economic Perspective
Other resources include:
-Colorado Economic Profile (Office of Economic Development and International Trade, 2005)
-Colorado Economic Development Data Book (Office of Economic Development and International Trade, 2005)
-Economic Development Committee: Report to the Colorado General Assembly (Colorado Legislative Council, 2005
These publications (including back issues of the serials) and others on the subject can be borrowed from State Publications.
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