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Minnesota ranks No. 23 with economic growth of 1.2%

The U.S. Department of Commerce says Minnesota's economy grew 1.2 percent last year to $244.9 billion. The Star Tribune reports the biggest areas driving the growth of Minnesota's economy were durable-goods manufacturing and finance and insurance. North Dakota was No. 1 with GDP growing 7.6 percent.
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The U.S. Department of Commerce says Minnesota's economy grew 1.2 percent last year to $244.9 billion. The Star Tribune reports the biggest areas driving the growth of Minnesota's economy were durable-goods manufacturing and finance and insurance. North Dakota was No. 1 with GDP growing 7.6 percent.

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