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The Savannah metro area economy remained on a remarkable path of rebound growth as 2021 ended, according to Georgia Southern University’s latest Economic Monitor, which reflects Q4 2021.
“All major indicators of regional economic activity increased,” stated Michael Toma, Ph.D., Georgia Southern’s Fuller E. Callaway Professor of Economics. “The story of the fourth quarter is one of general economic strength across broad swaths of the regional economy. Port activity, logistics, tourism, retail sales and electricity sales buoyed the index of current economic activity.”
Economic Growth Continues in 2022
Economic growth in the Savannah metro area is expected to continue at a moderate, but slower pace in 2022 as compared to the 2021 rebound, stated Toma. Regional…