Town Hangs On to Old Economy

April 2011
Regional Economist;Apr2011, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p22
Trade Publication
The article offers a brief profile of the Bedford community in Lawrence County, Indiana. Information on population, labor force, unemployment rate, and per capita personal income are provided. The community is home to several large employers which include General Motors, Wal-Mart and Scientific Applications International Corp. The author also explains the tax breaks being offered by the town to new businesses.


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