michigan economy

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Michigan’s official jobless rate jumped to 22.7 percent. The seasonally adjusted number shows Michigan lost more than a million jobs from March to April.

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A survey by a national for-profit research firm finds Michigan residents want state government to do more to protect the economy during the coronavirus pandemic. 

 


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A bright mural welcomes people to downtown Saginaw, where a new indoor market opened along the riverfront last year — part of the city's decades-long effort to reinvent itself after the auto industry started leaving. Inside the market, vendors sell falafel, fresh-baked pies and T-shirts.

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University of Michigan economists say the state's economy is on the brink of the longest period of job growth since the World War II era.

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The state got an idea Thursday of how much money it could have for the next couple years. Michigan Public Radio Network's Cheyna Roth has more.


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Economists say Michigan's economy would likely absorb the effects of possible changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement fairly well.

A room full of people in chairs at the auction.
Katie Cook / WKAR-MSU

A crowd of people gathered in the Lansing Center Tuesday morning to participate in Ingham County’s tax auction.

 

 


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A Michigan-based economist says the American car companies stand to benefit from President Trump’s decision to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement rather than terminate the deal.


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Gov. Rick Snyder's administration and economic development officials are readying a new push to offer tax breaks to attract large-scale business expansions, contending that Michigan has missed out on jobs being aggressively sought by other states.

Paid sick leave bills introduced by MI Democrats

Mar 2, 2017
Jim Ananich at podium
Michigan Senate Democrats

Democrats in Lansing and President Donald Trump may have finally found an issue they can agree on: paid sick leave.

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