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Exporting trends in Tenth District manufactured goods


  • Deron Ferguson
  • Kendall McDaniel


The Tenth District has consistently outperformed the nation in the 1990s in the growth of manufactured exports. Foreign exports account for a large share of the district's sales of manufactured goods and have also helped the district retain many of its factory jobs.

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  • Deron Ferguson & Kendall McDaniel, 1996. "Exporting trends in Tenth District manufactured goods," Regional Economic Digest, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, issue Q I, pages 10-16.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedkre:y:1996:i:qi:p:10-16

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    Exports ; Federal Reserve District; 10th;


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