Weakening world demand hits N.H. exporters

Simos, Evangelos Otto
August 2008
New Hampshire Business Review;8/15/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p10
The article reports on the financial development in New Hampshire. According to the World Bank Group annual report, international finance that develops countries has become a driving force underlying global trade. It found that during the 1990s, the contribution of industrial countries to global imports declined to threefold relative to developing countries, from ninefold since the 1980s. A chart indicating the states's foreign sales decrease is given.


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