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Greater Phoenix, also referred as the Phoenix metropolitan area, is located in the central Arizona region. The area has a strong presence of industry and service sectors. The area's economy is dominated by tourism, financial intermediation, real estate; wholesale and retail trade; hotels and restaurants.
- The service sectors remain the key contributors to the regional economy - and the major employers.
- Phoenix is a key tourist destinations in Arizona US, for both domestic and international tourists. The tourism and hospitality sectors are experiencing a healthy growth.
- Strong performance is observed in the construction sector with increasing employment, number of building permits issued and building completions.
"City Profile - Phoenix" provides historical and forecast data on key city level metrics along with analytical coverage of the latest political, economic, social, technological, infrastructural, legal and environmental issues affecting Phoenix. The report contains detailed tourism, retail, construction, technology and public infrastructure data and insight into economic, social, and industry trends.
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Figure 1: Greater Phoenix - real GDP and real GDP growth, 2000-25
Figure 2: Greater Phoenix - economy comparison (Index 2010=100) , 2000-25
Figure 3: Greater Phoenix - GDP per capita comparison, 2000-25
Figure 4: Greater Phoenix - employment structure, 2000-25 (% of total)
Figure 5: Greater Phoenix - population comparison, 2000-25
Figure 6: Greater Phoenix - population by age, 2000-25
Table 1: Greater Phoenix - key facts (estimates), 2015
Table 2: Greater Phoenix - real GDP and real GDP growth, 2000-25
Table 3: Greater Phoenix - economy comparison (Index 2010=100) , 2000-25
Table 4: Greater Phoenix - GDP per capita comparison, 2000-25 (USD)
Table 5: Greater Phoenix - employment structure, 2000-25 (% of total)
Table 6: Phoenix - main universities, 2015
Table 7: Greater Phoenix - population comparison, 2000-25 (in Millions)
Table 8: Greater Phoenix - population by age, 2000-25 (in Millions)
Table 9: Phoenix - mass transit network indicators, 2015
Table 10: Phoenix - key airport indicators, 2015
Table 11: Phoenix - Fortune 500 companies with main HQ in city, 2015
Table 12: Phoenix - office rents, Q1 2016
Table 13: Phoenix - MICE and other events
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