Central New York economy behind the pack
Posted on January 11, 2017
Central New York’s economy continues to lag behind others across the country and in upstate, according to the CenterState CEO annual economic forecast.
The organization's yearly Economic Forecast Breakfast showed a picture of slight economic growth and a community that’s lagging behind other upstate regions.
Gary Keith, the Regional Economist for M&T Bank says the outlook for 2017 is a lot like it was for 2016. He says the economy expanded last year, but it’s growth was still substantially behind that of other parts of the country and upstate. And Keith expects a similar kind of growth this year.
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