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Pulling the plug: Tech sector exports declining

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The high-tech industry annually brings Colorado billions of dollars in revenue and represents one of its top export products. The sector — including computers, semiconductors, electro-medical equipment and industrial electronics — generated $2.9 billion for Colorado during 2008. That, however, was an 8 percent decrease from 2007 and far off the 2006 high of $4.3… Continue Reading Pulling the plug: Tech sector exports declining

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New markets remain key to a thriving tech sector

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High-tech industry exports totaled $223 billion nationally during 2008, an increase of 1 percent compared to 2007. While long-term analysis shows an increase of 38 percent since 2002, high-tech exports have decreased in four subsectors: computers and peripheral equipment, consumer electronics, semiconductors and industrial electronics. Those decreases, however, have been partially mitigated by increases in… Continue Reading New markets remain key to a thriving tech sector

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During 2008, Colorado was the No. 1 supplier of beef and beef variety meats to Canada, the No. 2 supplier to Japan and Mexico and the No. 1 supplier of fresh chilled beef to Korea. For the first time, beef exports from Colorado exceed levels reached prior to the closure of most major  U.S. beef markets during… Continue Reading Colorado beef: It’s what’s for dinner–internationally

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