Oregon
Oregon
2011 growth rate: 4.7%
Economy size: $195 billion*

Manufacturing, particularly of long-lasting items like semiconductors, accounted for nearly all of economic growth in Oregon. Durable goods manufacturing added 3.94 percentage points to economic expansion. The state is also home to machinery and furniture makers.


Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
*In current U.S. dollars
By Tami Luhby @CNNMoney - Last updated June 07 2012: 12:51 PM ET
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