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Tri-county economists predicting slow growth in 2017

By   /   Friday, January 6th, 2017  /   Comments Off on Tri-county economists predicting slow growth in 2017

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Regional economists expect continued slow growth in the Tri-Counties through 2017 as the new administration could bring some short-term gains to the economy. President-elect Donald Trump claims he will reduce personal and corporate income taxes, which would theoretically spur investment in the U.S. Trump also aims to eliminate sequestration cuts on defense spending that have…

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