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CBER Mid-year Economic Outlook
CBER Mid-year Economic Outlook

AIR DATE: June 22, 2010

Reports are that the Las Vegas economy is recovering at a much slower rate than the rest of the country, but Mary Riddel, interim director at UNLV's Center for Business and Economic Research says it seems that way because the recovery is non-existent.

The CBER's mid-year economic outlook comes out Tuesday. We talk with Mary Riddel about the report and if Las Vegas might fall victim to a double-dip recession.

Mary Riddel, PhD, Interim Dir, CBER, UNLV
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