The state’s GDP growth last year was “decent” and fairly typical of an economy emerging from a recession, said Robert Premus, an economics professor with Wright State University. Premus said the Federal Reserve is predicting that economic growth will continue at a moderate pace, and that should benefit Ohio.
“It’s not going to be fantastic, but I think we are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel of this Great Recession period,” he said. “We have probably a couple of more years to go before we get on more solid ground.”
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