UHERO State Forecast Update: Recent data confirm weaker growth
From UHERO, May 3, 2019
The past few months have brought more evidence of Hawaii slowing. The number of visitor days remains below last year’s peak, with more worrying signs from falling visitor spending. Job growth has largely stalled and income gains have receded. At best this represents a new normal for Hawaii.
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