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U.S. metropolitan areas are now home to 83 percent of American citizens, serving as incubators of innovation and entrepreneurship that can help generate quality jobs and spur sustainable economic growth. Brookings experts examine the role of U.S. metro areas in driving the U.S. economy and how best to create a platform for U.S. cities and metropolitan areas to boost American competitiveness in the global marketplace.
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Chicago and Mexico City Cut New Kind of Trade Deal
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The United States’ 10 Most North American Metro Areas
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November 12, 2013, Joseph Parilla and Alan Berube
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