D.C. battle looms on spending, taxes | Washington Blade

November 08, 2019
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On November 8, 2019, the D.C. Policy Center’s 2019 State of Business Report was cited by the Washington Blade:

While the D.C. economy is stable and remains a strong employment center in the region, the city is struggling to retain the small and moderate size businesses generated during recent boom years. In a special report released at the event, the D.C. Policy Center indicated the city experienced a net loss of 1,486 businesses and nearly 64,000 jobs in the most recent 15-year period through 2015 for which data is available.

Read more: D.C. battle looms on spending, taxes | Washington Blade

Related: 2019 State of Business Report: Building a Competitive City | D.C. Policy Center

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