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Taxable Sales Growth Continues

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The state's economy continued its growth in the first quarter of this year.

The State Tax Department released figures today, showing taxable sales and purchases in January, February, and Marchwerer up 4.4% from one year earlier.

The increase amounted to 239-million dollars, bringing the total in the state to 5-point-69 billion dollars.

Kenmare had the largest percentage increase - a 93% jump from 2013. Watford City was up 32%.

Dunn County had the largest increase of 70%. Bottineau County was second with an increase of 40%.

 

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