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First State dead last in the nation for GDP growth

From the Bureau of Economic Analysis

Commentary from A Better Delaware

Delaware ranks dead last in the nation for GDP growth in new Bureau of Economic Analysis report.

Delaware’s 3rd Quarter 2019 GDP growth was 0.0 percent, making DE the only state (including the District of Columbia) to see no growth in real GDP.

Read the report here:

https://www.bea.gov/news/2020/gross-domestic-product-state-third-quarter-2019?fbclid=IwAR2ywg0puCqKMskyylL4h-9LDDspIbbdIOREK6m9fFnayTHEWAK5z8iwD2o