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for Carolina Coast Business Review Vol. 8 Issue 2, July 1990
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Dr. William H. Wagoner retired as chancellor of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington on June 30, 1990. In this article, Wagoner reflects upon his twenty-one-year tenure as the first chancellor of the university. Dr. James R. Leutze will become chancellor on July 15, 1990.
Over the last eighteen months, economic activity in the Wilmington, North Carolina area has shown mixed signals. Employment has been flat, but retail sales and building permits have continued to grow. At the national level, economic growth is expected to increase and the inflation rate is expected to fall during the second half of the year.
The Cameron School of Business Administration at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington completed a study of the 1989 economic impact of the four North Carolina State Ports on the state of North Carolina. Figures and statistics are provided for the actual and potential impacts of the state ports on output or gross sales, earnings, taxes, and employment.