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Jud discusses how the Piedmont Triad will fare economically in 2010. Employment dropped in the region as manufacturing jobs left in the first decade of the new century. However, Jud feels employment will improve by mid-year along with home sales.
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11966
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Walden discusses how the Research Triangle Metropolitan Area will fare economically in 2010 and why he feels the area is \"on a path to grow faster than most metropolitan areas in the country.\"
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11964
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The state's one hundred counties are profiled using economic indicators, including population, civilian labor force, per-capita income, farm earnings, and retail sales. The state's fifty largest cities by population are also listed.
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11963
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BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA ranks the top 100 private-sector employers in the state. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and Duke University retain their first and second place rankings from 2008.
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11968
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Charlotte, the nation's number two financial center, was hit hard by the banking crisis. Vitner discusses the region's economic outlook in 2010.
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11965
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Kleckley discusses how the economy will fare in eastern North Carolina in 2010.
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11969
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The western section of the state had almost recovered from the 2001 recession when the second one hit. Cherry discusses the region's economic outlook in 2010 and indicates that the region needs to build on its strengths, which are tourism, arts and crafts, and health care.
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