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NH Brings Home Transportation Report Card

Date: April 13th, 2017

  The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently released its latest series of state infrastructure report cards. The organization and its local chapters grade states on a span of publi...

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Conway Daily Sun: Economist to Speak at Eggs and Issues

Date: February 3rd, 2017

CONWAY — Economist Greg Bird will be the guest speaker at the Mount Washington Valley Economic Council's Eggs and Issues Business Leaders' Breakfast on Thursday. Tuesday, he told the Su...

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Union Leader: Party on before the Granite State grinds to a halt

Date: January 22nd, 2017

ECONOMISTS SAY that the numbers are looking pretty good for New Hampshire this year, but the long-range forecast is rather cloudy. So party like it's 1999, as one number cruncher says, but the mor...

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Caledonian Record: Strong Growth Project For N.H. - But What About North Country?

Date: January 21st, 2017

While economic growth in New Hampshire as a whole is poised for big gains in the next few years, the North Country is a different story, said a N.H. economist, who on Thursday gave some projections an...

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WBUR: Continued Growth Of Mass. Economy Depends On Immigration, Experts Say

Date: January 17th, 2017

Massachusetts and New Hampshire have the strongest economies in New England, but experts say continued growth depends on immigration. That was one message delivered during an economic outlook confere...

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