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“L.A. Stats” Report: 2016

“L.A. Stats” Report: 2016

Provides frequently requested statistics for Los Angeles and surrounding counties on demographics, employment, income, economic base, real estate, sales and use taxes, and more.

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2016-2017 International Trade Outlook

2016-2017 International Trade Outlook

LAEDC has released the 2016-2017 International Trade Outlook, providing and overview and forecast for this important industry in the Los Angeles region. Read the report HERE   Read media coverage: LA … Continued

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The Oil and Gas Industry in California: Its Economic Contribution and Workforce

The Oil and Gas Industry in California: Its Economic Contribution and Workforce

The LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics (IAE) has published a study titled The Oil and Gas Industry in California: Its Economic Contribution and Workforce.

California’s O&G industry continues to be a significant driver of the state economy, supporting 456,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs with $38 billion in overall labor income, and accounting for 3.4 percent of the state GDP. The industry also generates more than $21 billion in state and local tax revenues and provides high-paying jobs for workers across the educational attainment spectrum.

The report was commissioned by the Western States Petroleum Association.

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Reducing Supply from California Refineries: Industries at Risk

Reducing Supply from California Refineries: Industries at Risk

The LAEDC Institute for Applied Economics has published a study titled, Reducing Supply from California Refineries: Industries at Risk.

A wide variety of California’s industries are highly dependent on petroleum products, from agriculture (using fertilizers) to transportation (using fuels) to our pharmaceutical industry (dependent on chemical products) to a myriad of manufacturing industries (such as furniture, food, plastics, glassware, metals, apparel and machinery). With no viable economical substitute to these inputs, we estimate that industries providing almost 2.4 million jobs statewide and producing more than 14 percent of the state’s GDP are highly vulnerable to cost increases, supply restrictions and competitive pressures from outside the state.

The report was commissioned by the Western States Petroleum Association.

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2015-2016 International Trade Outlook

2015-2016 International Trade Outlook

LAEDC and its Kyser Center for Economic Research today published the 2015-2016 International Trade Outlook. The report analyzes the Southern California and national “Trade and Goods Movement” industry, related infrastructure projects, and … Continued

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