Redbook Looks at States' Competitiveness

June 2009
Assembly;Jun2009, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p13
The article reports on the 2009 edition of the annual "Redbook: National Edition" published by the U.S. National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). It notes that the annual publication provides a ranking of the economic competitiveness of the 50 states in the country using several economic indicators as basis. According to NAM president John Engler, the information found in the book tend to benefit economic development professionals as well as individuals instrumental in the creation of public policy.


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