Economists from the Moore School of Business said that South Carolina’s slowly improving economy will be helped by burgeoning retail sales in late 2010 and improvements in jobless numbers and personal income in 2011.
The economic forecast was delivered today in Columbia by University of South Carolina economists at the Darla Moore School of Business’ 30th annual Economic Outlook Conference.
Construction activity is expected to drop slightly in early 2011 and then finally rebound to a 3.7% growth rate later in the year.
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