Economists say Oklahoma City’s economic growth is sustainable, not just a boom

A panel of economists gathered Thursday by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber assured civic leaders that despite the city’s hot economic growth, the current good times are sustainable and not just another energy boom destined to go bust.

BY STEVE LACKMEYER Published: November 30, 2012
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A panel of economists gathered Thursday by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber assured civic leaders that despite the city’s red-hot economic growth, the current good times are sustainable and not just another energy boom destined to go bust.

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