The Southeastern economy in 2009: region hopes for turnaround
Many components of the Southeastern economy went south in 2008: Food and energy prices rose, the once-hot real estate market stumbled, and employment fell. A region whose economy had enjoyed years of robust growth finds itself mired in recession, and things could get worse in 2009 before they get better.
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