In recent months, both the Maine Alliance and the Maine Chamber of Commerce and
In recent months, both the Maine Alliance and the Maine Chamber of Commerce and Industry have released long-range economic plans that identified growth areas such as telecommunications, environmental services, tourism and retirement. The Maine Economic Growth Council last year tried and failed to come up with a consensus solution to the recession. The group has now been supplemented by an 80-member advisory committee of educators, environmentalists and community activists, which is examining such issues as job quality, use of resources and market competitiveness. Compounding the problem of planning the state's economic future is the conflict between a unified state plan and regional needs. Details.
Wilson, Randy, "In recent months, both the Maine Alliance and the Maine Chamber of Commerce and" (1994). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 626.