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Want to guess which state had the eighth highest growth in the county in real domestic product (GDP) in 2010?  That would be North Carolina, according to the latest numbers from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

The state’s economic growth was the third highest in the South and well above Texas, Georgia, and Virginia, states we are always told are doing better than North Carolina.

That is some negative business climate we have here.

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