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State's airport business is picking up

...This is an increase of three over the previous operating agreement. Anchorage's airport has also been cited in the retail trade press as having some of the highest retail sales per passenger for airport concessionaires among U.S. airports...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/121009/bus_528864453.shtml
Peninsula's economic future up in air after Sept. 11

...and local governments combined to employ the greatest number of peninsula workers, at 4,275 in 2000. Wholesale and retail trade jobs were next at just over 3,900, while services scored third at almost 3,600, followed by manufacturing and...

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2009 in review: State's economy downshifting

...transportation and petroleum, but inevitably the slowdown has been spreading out to other industries including construction, retail trade, services and local government." Government has held steady, Goldsmith said. That's no surprise given the sturdy...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/122309/new_538975814.shtml
Variety makes the Kenai healthy

...South Peninsula and Central Peninsula General hospitals. Both are borough owned and counted under local government. Retail trade accounts for 13.8 percent of the local employment, though the sector is not growing. The sector has done some shifting...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/110804/news_1108new02001.shtml
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Workers stretch wages to make ends meet

...home almost $500 million in overall payroll that year. The bulk of the private-sector work force was involved in retail trade (about 3,400 people on average) and services (about 3,300). Those classifications fluctuated by about 2,000...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030100/bus_030101sml015.shtml
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Big changes sweep booming retail industry

...growth and a growing tendency to shop locally have made retail trade the fastest growing sector of the Kenai Peninsula economy...growth and a growing tendency to shop locally have made retail trade the fastest growing sector of the Kenai Peninsula economy...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/042200/ser_0422000016.shtml
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Diverse economy weathers the bumps

...largest employer in 1999, accounting for 4,245 jobs, a quarter of the total, and a payroll of nearly $151 million. Retail trade accounted for 3,394 jobs, a fifth of the total, and a payroll of nearly $60 million. Services accounted for 3...

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