BIA survey: Economy, health, energy top concerns

Sanders, Bob
December 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;12/2/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 25, p11
The article reports that according to a survey by the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire, the cost of health care and energy are of major concern to New Hampshire businesspeople, more than taxes, regulations and labor unions.


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