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Alaska's economy to continue to grow, experts say

...resources, and that's likely to continue. "Fish had a great year last year, it was a fantastic year for fish," said Jonathan King, an economist with Wells Fargo Bank. While halibut didn't do so well, salmon and other groundfish brought wealth...
Alaska economic outlook good for 2012

...spending and how this will affect communities and jobs," according to an Alaska World Trade Center announcement. Jonathan King, the principal and senior economist from Northern Economics reported on the Alaska's major industries and industry...
Alaska economist: Cut state spending by $1.5B

...floated in past years, would "strangle the same economy that it hopes to save," he said.Halcro and economist Jonathan King of Northern Economics Inc. said cuts to state spending are necessary but a spending reduction of more than 20 percent...
State spending rekindles an old debate

...Brad Keithley argued for the proposition.Andrew Halcro, chamber president and former House member, and economist Jonathan King argued against it. Basically, they said maximum sustainable yield is good math that ignores both politics and economics...
Economic rebound predicted this year

...economy should begin to recover late in the second quarter, or early in the third quarter, at the latest," said Jonathan King, senior economist at Northern Economics, speaking to a packed house at the Baranof Hotel as part of the Juneau Chamber...
Economist: Recession could hurt tourism and mining in Alaska economy is likely to touch Alaska in two sectors, mining and tourism, according to an Anchorage economist. Jonathan King, senior economist at Northern Economics, said Alaska's ability to avoid layoffs or shutdowns will depend on how...


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