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ECONOMY: The Wide Variety of Our Businesses Is Insurance Against 2016 Storms

Michael Lipkin, SAN DIEGO BUSINESS JOURNAL

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

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San Diego has not been immune to those pressures, though economists say the region will fare better than the rest of the state. The region's gross domestic product, the total value of the goods and services produced here, was projected to rise 3 percent in 2015, but instead grew only 2 percent to $213.7 billion, according to a National University System Institute for Policy Research estimate. The economy is on track to grow 1.9 percent this year, to $221.1 billion.