Oklahoma City sales tax receipts could reflect transformative growth
Oklahoma City’s sales and use tax revenue keeps coming in well above projections. The growth has been strong enough, and sustained for long enough, that it could be evidence of the start of a transformative era of growth in the city, a leading local economist said.
Sales tax revenue in Oklahoma City keeps coming in well above projections, and a leading local economist says it could be a sign the metro is on the verge of a transformative period of growth.
If that seems out of sync with an increasingly tenuous national and worldwide recovery from recession, that’s because it is, said Russell Evans, director of Oklahoma City University’s Steven...
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