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New Mexico industries by 2004 taxable gross receipts (000s). Retail trade, 12,287,061. Construction, 5,039,555.

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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 ...

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Jan 13, 2016 ... New Mexico's economy has performed above average among U.S. states in ... The large tourist industry in New Mexico is the primary reason why the retail sector is the number-one generator of revenues in the state, producing ...

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

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Mining and related industries employ more than 28,000 statewide. The San Juan Basin, located in northwest New Mexico and southwest Colorado, is the largest ...

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A report released by Ernst & Young in January 2014, ranked New Mexico number one in the west of manufacturers. New Mexico is home of the lowest effective ...

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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.

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

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New Mexico is also the leading producer of potash in the country and has ... income by source and earnings by industry for the state, MSAs and counties.