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April 06, 2015
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Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley Suggests that NJ Economy Would Benefit from Re-Urbanization

"New Jersey's economic recovery is lagging behind the rest of the country's, but the Garden State's cities might be the key to future economic success.

That was one of the messages Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley had for a crowd of more than 100 professionals at a Business Roundtable at NJPAC Monday morning. The talk was part of a daylong schedule of events in Newark, Jersey City, and Hoboken for Dudley's regional site visit to northern New Jersey.

"We learn more about what's happening on the ground, and understand more about local people's concerns, issues, fears, hopes...and it helps you as a policy maker," Dudley said of the visit."

Noted at NJ.com

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