The national recovery may be moving as slow as maple syrup, but in Vermont it's growing at least slightly faster.
Vermont's gross domestic product grew 3.16% last year, fueled mainly by a pickup in manufacturing.
The state saw its exports rise 33% last year, as demand from its biggest customer -- Canada -- grew after slumping during the recession.
Vermont's largest exports are electronic parts, including computer processors and video game accessories.
Check this interactive map to see how each state economy grew (or fell) last year. More
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