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STUDY IDENTIFIES HIGH-POTENTIAL INDUSTRIES AND COMPETING STATES FOR MINNESOTA

 STUDY IDENTIFIES HIGH-POTENTIAL INDUSTRIES
 AND COMPETING STATES FOR MINNESOTA
 WHAT: A briefing on a statewide study commissioned by the Minnesota Business Partnership and performed by the firm of Bugbee, Anton and Associates. The study is the most comprehensive industry and state- specific analysis conducted in Minnesota at this level in recent history. Members of the House and Senate Economic Development Committees have been invited to attend.
 WHO:
 -- Paul Anton of Bugbee, Anton and Associates and principal author of the report
 -- Andrea Lubov, author and associate at Bugbee, Anton and Associates
 -- Tom Triplett, executive director of the Minnesota Business Partnership
 WHEN: Thursday, April 9, 9 a.m.
 WHERE: State Office Building, Room 10
 A study commissioned by the Minnesota Business Partnership and performed by Bugbee, Anton and Associates will be presented on Thursday, April 9 at 9 a.m. at the State Office Building, Room 10. This study, the only examination conducted at this level in Minnesota in recent history, will describe the state's economic growth patterns; points to industries where the state will have the highest growth and job potential; identifies states most likely to give Minnesota competition; and links the growth analysis to policy implications.
 After an introduction by Tom Triplett, executive director of the Minnesota Business Partnership, Paul Anton, principal author of the study, and Andrea Lubov will briefly discuss the key findings in the report.
 CONTACT: Tom Triplett of the Minnesota Business Partnership, 612-370-0840.
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