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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_New_Mexico

New Mexico Industries by 2004 Taxable Gross Receipts (000s). Retail Trade, 12,287,061. Construction, 5,039,555.

www.newsmax.com/FastFeatures/industries-in-new-mexico-economy/2015/04/14/id/638412

Apr 14, 2015 ... Although retail is one of the industries in New Mexico that experienced a decrease in employment growth, it still remains the second-largest ...

www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/011316/new-mexicos-economy-6-industries-driving-gdp-growth.asp

Jan 13, 2016 ... Discover the four primary industries that are considered to be the most important drivers in the well-being of the economy of New Mexico.

gonm.biz/why-new-mexico/key-industries

New Mexico offers a variety of unique assets to the global business community which positions the state at a significant competitive advantage for key industries.

www.netstate.com/economy/nm_economy.htm

Dairy and cattle ranching are the most important agricultural activities in New Mexico. ... The leading products of New Mexico's manufacturing industries are ...

www.forbes.com/places/nm

Federal technology labs, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories, are two of the largest employers in the state. New Mexico ranks in ...

www.city-data.com/us-cities/The-West/Albuquerque-Economy.html

The largest city in New Mexico, Albuquerque is also its economic center; ... a sizable food industry, based mainly on fruit and produce, in the Albuquerque area.

www.city-data.com/us-cities/The-West/Santa-Fe-Economy.html

As capitol of New Mexico, the government is the largest employer in the area. ... Tourism boosts the city's retail industry, which brings in more than $1 billion ...

www.city-data.com/states/New-Mexico-Industry.html

Earnings of persons employed in New Mexico increased from $24.1 billion in 1997 to $25.3 billion in 1998, an increase of 5.2%. The largest industries in 1998  ...

www.cabq.gov/economicdevelopment/why-albuquerque/key-industries

In 2010 Site Selection magazine ranked Albuquerque second in Metro Economic Growth Potential. In 2008 Cybercities ranked the city 10th in high-tech ...