When it comes to the critical areas of economic success and job creation, it's no secret why Texas continues to set a national example," Gov. Perry said. "It's simple: we keep taxes low, maintain fair and predictable regulations, and protect our citizens from frivolous lawsuits. These free market principles have created an environment that allows hard-working Texans to prosper, unburdened by an intrusive government that taxes success and limits our freedom."
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Buyer's Texas Public Finance Conference
February 3-5, 2014 | Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa, Austin, TX
According to an October Forbes study, the top four U.S. metro areas for middle class job creation since 2007 are in Texas. Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos ranked first, adding 17,000 middle class jobs, followed by Houston-Sugarland-Baytown, San Antonio-New Braunfels and Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington. The Business Journals' October report ranking U.S. cities by economic strength, named three Texas cities in the top five. Austin topped this list as well, with Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston taking the second and fourth spots.
Texas cities continue to catch the attention of national business and economic publications for their economic strength and job creation. The economy continues to see growth across several industriesmanufacturing and technology playing big growth roles capitalizing on the Texas Enterprise Fund and Texas Emerging Technology Fund.
How are issuers meeting the growing demand for first-rate infrastructure while maintaining their low-tax culture? Well address this key issue as well as others.
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