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Regionalism picks up speed: New England states find common ground
Chuck Morgan
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Initiatives crossing northern New England state borders—including Amtrak’s Downeaster service, joint Maine and New Hampshire efforts to save Portsmouth Naval Shipyard jobs, and Northern Forest Center collaborations—suggest regional economic activity is bigger than ever.


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Chuck Morgan, "Regionalism picks up speed: New England states find common ground" , Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Communities and Banking, issue Win, pages 20-22, 2008.
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Keywords: Economic conditions - New England ; Industries - New England ; Employment - New England
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