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June 2004, Vol. 127, No. 6
9/11 and the New York City economy: A borough-by-borough analysis
Michael L. Dolfman
Regional Commissioner, Economic Analysis and Information, New York Regional Office, Bureau of Labor Statistics, New York, New York.
Senior Economist, Economic Analysis and Information, New York Regional Office, Bureau of Labor Statistics, New York, New York.
The effect of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, on the New York City economy was far reaching and extended to every borough of the city; hardest hit was New York’s “export” sector—the most internationally oriented part of that economy.
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