Sanders, Bob
December 2010
New Hampshire Business Review;12/31/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 28, p1
The article reports on market performances in Hampshire. Foreign sales have accounted nearly one third of the business of all-wheel drive motorcycle manufacturer Rokon International Inc. Revenue worth 560 million dollars was reported by GT Solar International Inc., manufacturer of equipment and materials used to make solar cells. The housing market seems to end 2010 with a wash as homes in the state values up by 1.4 percent and sales dropped by 3.1 percent.


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