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SAN DIEGO—In 2014, San Diego was ranked the 16th-largest metropolitan region in the US in terms of its GDP, according to San Diego Regional Economic Development Center. The market definitely has its strengths in industrial and exporting, but it also has its weaknesses. GlobeSt.com spoke exclusively with the organization’s VP of economic development Sean Barr about those strengths and weaknesses and how San Diego can boost its exporting potential among other global markets.

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