The Mid-Year Economic Outlook from the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s economic advisor, The Washington Economics Group, continues to reveal Miami-Dade’s rapid ascent from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We see a resilient and ever-adjusting economy, succeeding in spite of downward pressures from less trade and reduced overall travel from and to traditional market partners, specifically Latin America,” says Dr. Tony Villamil, Founder & Senior Advisor of the Miami-based Washington Economics Group. “While Covid will present ongoing challenges, our research has revealed our region’s capability to rapidly adjust.”
The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) released the Economic Newsletter, Fall Issue prepared exclusively for the GMCC by The Washington Economics Group, Inc. (WEG). The Economic Newsletter entitled “The Miami-Dade Economy: Perspectives for 2021” is focused on the evolution of key drivers of the Miami-Dade County economy through 2020 and the perspectives for 2021.
The Washington Economics Group, Inc. (WEG) released the Fall Issue of the Economic Newsletter entitled “Miami-Dade County Starting a Slow and Cautious Economic Recovery to the GMCC. This issue shows that the economy of Miami-Dade County is highly sensitive to COVID-19 due to its industry composition.