Survey: Although Issues Abound, Slow Economic Improvement Seen

Managing Editor

San Diego business executives face the classic question as they ponder 2003: Is the economic glass half-empty or half-full?

Energy issues still plague the region, a water-supply crisis has yet to be completely resolved, affordable housing and traffic remain among the most pressing problems, the threat of war hangs heavy, and the state faces an unprecedented $35 billion deficit , a portion of which will make the cost of doing business in California that much more expensive...

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