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Economic Indicators Appendix:
Table A1 Texas Economic Indicators for May 1999
Table A2 Ranked State Nonfarm Employment Change from May 1998 to May 1999
Table A3 Texas Nonfarm Employment, By Industry, By Month: May 1994 (in thousands)
Table A4 Texas Nonfarm Wage and Salary Employment: May 1999 (in thousands)
Table A5 Labor Force and Employment for Texas Metropolitan Statistical Areas: May 1999 (in thousands)
Table A6 Total Nonfarm Employment for Texas' Largest Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), Bu Month: May 1994 through May 1999 (in thousands)
Table A7 Texas, Regional and U.S. Leading Economic Indicators, By Month: April 1994 to April 1999
Table A8 Consumer Price Indexes for the United States and Dallas-Fort-Worth and Houston- Galveston-Brazoria Consolidted Metropolitan Statistical Areas (CMSAs): 1973 to 1999
Table A9A Texas Real Gross State Product Detail, By Industry, for Calendar Years: 1995 to 2002 (Billions of Chained 1992 Dollars)
Table A9B Texas Gross State Product Detail, By Industry, for Calendar Years: 1995 to 2002 (Billions of Current Dollars)
Table A10 Texas Economic Detail: Agriculture, Energy and Mining, Construction, Retail Sales and Exports, for Calendar Years: 1995 to 2001
Table A11 Current Texas County Population and Economic Estimates
Table A12 Texas Population Estimates and Projections, and Components of Change: 1980 to 2010
Table A13 Texas Population Estimates and Projections, by Age, Sex, Race and Ethnicity: 1990 to 2010