michigan economy

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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.
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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.