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The Southeast Michigan Region is situated in Michigan’s southeast corner of the Lower Peninsula, bordering Lake St. Clair towards the northeast and Lake Erie to the southeast, with the Detroit River linking both lakes. The majority of Michigan’s businesses and industries are located in Southeast Michigan as well as over half the state’s population with detroit being the most densely populated. Car manufacturing has historically been the main economic activity in the Southeast Region.
Warren, Sterling Heights, Dearborn, and Detroit, commonly known as “Motor City” or “Motown,” are major manufacturing cities of the area. Manufacturing and service industries have primarily replaced agriculture. Crops like as corn, sugar beets, soy beans, various types of beans, and fruits are still grown in rural sections of Saint Clair, Monroe, and Livingston Counties. The apple and peach orchards in Romeo and northern Macomb County are widely recognized.