A Tale of Two States
New York State’s economic growth has been about average over the last decade, compared with the nation’s as a whole. But a closer look reveals a more complex story. The New York City metro region has been doing very well, while the rest of the state is in severe decline.
The Facts You Need to Know
Jobs: Upstate New York ranks near the bottom nationally in private-sector job creation. Read more.
Growth: Due to high taxes and anti-business regulations, upstate was mired in a slow-growth pattern even before the last recession. Read more.
People: The entire state—including New York City—is experiencing net migration outflows to other states. Read more.
“Upstate’s political, demographic, and economic decline isn’t good news for New York City or its suburbs.”
Politicians like Warren&..Cuomo push policies..zero impact on climate,even as they claim..stakes never higher. At same time,they claim their green virtue will boost economy..If you believe that economic 'free-lunchism,'I hear the Bklyn Bridge is for sale." https://t.co/pT5MPTmJAW— Fredric U. Dicker (@fud31) January 14, 2020
The Past is Present
“The financial-market implosion and the coming transformation of the securities industry will expose the fundamental flaw in New York State’s woefully overextended public finance model.”
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