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Northwest Arkansas economy stays healthy through April, analysis finds

By Dan Holtmeyer

This article was published May 24, 2017 at 1:09 a.m.

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Mervin Jebaraj, interim director for the University of Arkansas’ Center for Business and Economic Research, speaks Tuesday at the Hilton Garden Inn during the Quarterly Business Analysis luncheon in Fayetteville. Jebaraj presented the region’s employment and business activity during the ÿrst quarter of the year.

Mervin Jebaraj, interim director for the University of Arkansas' Center for Business and Economic Research, speaks Tuesday at the Hilton Garden Inn du...

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To see more of the University of Arkansas Center for Business and Economic Research’s analysis of the area’s economy, go to cber.uark.edu.

The first quarter of the year has brought the same kind of population and job growth Northwest Arkansas has enjoyed for years, but the retail industry's struggles and national politics might bring some local headaches, a University of Arkansas economist said Tuesday.

Mervin Jebaraj, interim director for the University of Arkansas' Center for Business and Economic Research, speaks Tuesday at the Hilton Garden Inn du...

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To see more of the University of Arkansas Center for Business and Economic Research’s analysis of the area’s economy, go to cber.uark.edu.

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Print Headline: Region stays on course in first quarter

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