Definition of "economic-development" [economic-development]
Attributive form of economic development(noun)
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"Economists Rob Grunewald and Arthur Rolnick at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis estimate that money spent on quality early education earns a double-digit return, making it the best economic-development investment they have found."
"His economic-development secretary, Mr. Kimball, says that despite Mr. Romney's prior warm words about the pact, he had always been pressing the issue of its economic consequences."
"Stark Development Corp., an economic-development agency in Dickinson, N.D., is working to attract businesses from outside the oil industry in order to prepare for the inevitable drop-off in drilling, said Gaylon Baker, the group's executive vice president."