Month: January 2020

West Michigan economy slows, says GVSU economist

Western Michigan economy will continue to slow as business leaders worry about the presidential election, says GVSU economist. GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan – In 2020, the western Michigan economy will experience stagnant job growth, weakening sales growth and bolstering export growth, according to a Grand Valley State University. economics teacher. Paul Isely, professor of economics and …

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Could be better, could be worse Michigan Advance

More than a decade after the onset of the 2008 recession, Michigan still faces a challenging environment for economic growth. Nonetheless, the state’s economy is expected to recover over time, albeit slower than the Michiganders would like. So say top economists at the University of Michigan and state tax analysts, who presented their economic findings …

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