The overall economies of Greenville and North Carolina will continue to be OK, but individuals will experience it in different ways, according to East Carolina University’s vice chancellor of administration and finance.
Rick Niswander, who also is an economist, discussed the factors influencing the national, state and local economies during the 11th annual economic forecast luncheon hosted by the Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce. Nearly 200 people attended the event at the Holiday Inn.
“All in all, ’16 in going to look a lot like ’15,” Niswander said.
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