- Language: English
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- Published: November 2011
- Region: Italy
Summary: Wisconsin; General Obligation, State GO Feb 98
- Published: February 1998
- Region: Wisconsin
- Standard & Poors
The rating on the state on Wisconsin's bonds reflects: * A diversified economy exhibiting steady growth, * Sound financial performance and position, * The financial challenge of assuming two-thirds funding of public education, and * A moderate debt. Wisconsin has a significant broad based economy experiencing steady growth, and limited cyclically dating back in the manufacturing base over the last 14 years. The stable trend in manufacturing sector employment (representing 24% of employment) is a key factor in the state's economic performance. The services and trade sectors have been the driving force behind employment growth, projecting to provide 70% of all new jobs in 1997. Steady performance in manufacturing has kept growth ahead of the national average and many midwestern...
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