State Economic Growth Should Top U.S. Average
Page, David, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Economic growth for Oklahoma could be above the national average over the next decade, according to research published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
The projected growth for Oklahoma was attributed to an attractive economic climate and an industrial base dominated by several high-growth industries, the November edition of The Southwest Economy said. The study was conducted for the Federal Reserve in Dallas by Stephen P.A. Brown, senior economist, and Lea Anderson, research analyst.
"Oklahoma's industrial base," Brown and, "has an above-average representation of several rapid-growth industries, most notably rubber and plastic products and …
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