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In 2004, Can Wisconsins Economy Keep Pace with the National Recovery?

FITCHBURG -- The rule of thumb about Wisconsins economic boom-and-bust cycle has always been that the booms werent as high as the nation as a whole and the busts werent as low.

The recession that began in 2003 proved half of that equation wrong. Wisconsin suffered every bit as much as the rest of the United States when it came to losing jobs, especially in the hard-hit manufacturing secto......

Full article >>> way. During the same period, total U.S. exports grew by 2.6 percent.

Wisconsins ranking among the 50 states on exports climbed from 22 in 2002 to 19 in 2003. If current trends hold with major trading partners such as China, Canada and Mexico, Wisconsin could climb a few more spots on the 50-state export list in 2004.

Administration Secretary Marc Marotta, whose agency follows re......

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If 2004 is a good economic year for the nation, theres no reason it cannot be just as good for Wisconsin.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 01/12/04


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