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Maine's economic growth last year lagged behind national rate, feds say

The economies of Maine’s largest metropolitan areas grew in 2017, but not at the pace of the national growth rate.
According to data released Tuesday by the federal government, real gross domestic product in the Portland-South Portland area increased 1.7% to $32.1 billion, and in Lewiston-Auburn grew 1.4% to $4.2 billion. Bangor’s GDP grew 0.9% to $6.1 billion.
Economies in 383 U.S. metro areas grew b ...

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