Shipping, industry find friendly confines in rapidly expanding Gulf

06/30/2011 | Forbes

The Gulf of Mexico region is poised to become the nation's growth leader in industry and distribution, writes Joel Kotkin, because of its shipping access and infrastructure investment, energy resources and friendly demographic and regulatory trends. California and the East Coast are unlikely to match the Gulf area's attractiveness for warehousing and distribution, says economist John Husing.

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