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By Will Fritz
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Growth to continue in Southwest Riverside County, economist says

 

Last updated 6/21/2018 at 9:49am

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Wildomar City Manager Gary Nordquist speaks during a presentation about the city's recent accomplishments and future plans during the 2018 Southwest Regional Economic Forecast at South Coast Winery in Temecula, June 14.

A University of California Riverside economist painted a rosy picture of continued growth in southwest Riverside County at the 2018 Southwest Regional Economic Forecast, held June 14 at a Temecula winery.

"The Inland Empire has consistently been at the top in terms of job gains for many years running," Robert Kleinhenz, executive director of research at the university's School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development, said to city staff and elected officials at the South Coast Winery Resort.

Local officials at the event presented various infrastructure and development pro...



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tomsuttle writes:

Mr. Kleinhenz is so very right. There is no such thing as a 10, 5, 3 or whatever year economic cycle. The brightest economics professor I ever had in college said, 'Pay attention to the self assured predictions of lay economists...' (so often being politicians) '...and then, when their predictions prove wrong, listen to their equally profound sounding words of wisdom as they explain why things ended up happening the way they did.'

 
 
 

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