Phoenix

Now the dark clouds of the global recession are casting a shadow over Phoenix — the capital and largest city in Arizona. 
Now the dark clouds of the global recession are casting a shadow over Phoenix — the capital and largest city in Arizona. Those bright rays are still shining, and they’re casting light on some enticing new value propositions. Its exotic desert setting has attracted many visitors — and subsequently, many new residents — over the years. Today, with nearly 1.5 million residents, it ranks as the fifth most populous city in the United States. Quite a contrast when compared to the 100,000 residents in 1950.

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