N.H. exports continue their 2011 slide

Simos, Evangelos Otto
December 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;12/16/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 26, p9
The article reports on the continuous declination of export shipments in New Hampshire as of September 2011. It says that the total number declined by 13.6% to 335.6 million in the said month. It notes that the slowdown is triggered by the financial crisis in Europe and sluggish growth in Asia. Several charts are also presented which depict the state's foreign sales and export growth in 2011.


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