District economic expansion to continue in 2006

Grunewald, Rob; Madden, Tobias
January 2006
Fedgazette;Jan2006, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
Provides an economic outlook for South Dakota in 2006. Growth of employment and personal income expected during the year; Forecast on South Dakota's district economy; Sales of existing homes and housing units.


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