Oregon GDP improves

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WASHINGTON — The state’s real gross domestic product, or GDP, grew by about four and a half percent in 2011. The US Bureau of Economic Analysis released the numbers this week and said Oregon was number two in the nation, behind only North Dakota in terms of growth. The Gross Domestic Product is the broadest measure of a state’s economy and is the total market value of all goods and services produced within the borders.





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