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Economy 2013 "maddeningly slow"

Cunningham sees San Diego lagging state, nation

Don Bauder, SAN DIEGO READER

Friday, January 18, 2013

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The natural increase in population (births minus deaths) will decline 1.7%, although international migration will rise 5%. People and businesses will continue to leave San Diego and the state as a result of high taxes, regulations, high real estate prices, costly electricity, union power and high labor costs. Inflation will rise 2.4% as food and energy prices go up.