Shop local to stimulate the economy

Larsen, Craig
January 2009
Wenatchee Business Journal;Jan2009, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p46
The article presents a perspective on the marketing condition of the automobile industry in Washington. In this context, the much anticipated economic stimulus package from the federal government is addressed. Washington Governor has promised a state stimulus package. With this, the author propose a local economic stimulus package. This plan can be immediately implemented and will add nothing to the soaring national debt.


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