"Bank economist’s ‘negative attitudes’ a drag, Herb says" and "Big Island uncertainty"

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Title: "Bank economist’s ‘negative attitudes’ a drag, Herb says" and "Big Island uncertainty"
Periodical: The Honolulu Advertiser
Year: 1982
Volume: V3
Pages: 30b
Subject: Big Island economy
Summary: Hawaii County Mayor Herbert Matayoshi was disappointed by the remarks on the state of the Hawaii County economy by Honolulu bank economist Thomas Hitch who said that the Big Island economy was at its lowest since World War II and he saw little hope for reviving some segments, such as tourism in Hilo. The Big Island's traditional economy is in decline while the new high technology industry faces uncertainty.
Date: September 25, 1982 September 27, 1982
Database: Akiyama

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