San Diego Economy Expected To Continue Improving

KPBS -- San Diego's economy widely is expected to keep improving in 2014, but the consensus at San Diego County's 30th annual economic roundtable was that economic growth is not expected to be robust.

San Diego is seen as having a "Goldilocks" economy: Not too slow and not too fast. The economists and business leaders mostly agreed that the projections are decidedly positive.

The housing and job markets are both expected to continue improving, but there are caveats. (Full Story

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