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Quarterly Statistical & Economic Report
Quarterly Statistical & Economic ReportPosted on June 6, 2024 in Main
The report provides concise statistical information and analyses on Labor, Income and Prices, Taxes, Tourism, Construction, and other indicators, as well as an overview of the State of Hawaii and the four counties.
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Monthly Economic Indicators
Monthly Economic Indicators – April 2024Posted on June 3, 2024 in Main
These monthly reports contain data on visitor arrivals, general fund tax revenue, building permits and wage and salary jobs.
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DBEDT E-Newsletter
DBEDT E-newsletter – May 2024Posted on May 31, 2024 in Main
In May, we celebrate Haaheo, Pride in Public Service Month, as proclaimed by Governor Josh Green, underscoring the invaluable contributions of our dedicated staff in supporting economic growth and diversity throughout our islands. This newsletter issue illustrates the important work of our public service employees in advancing Hawaii’s economy.
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DBEDT E-Newsletter
DBEDT E-newsletter – April 2024Posted on April 29, 2024 in Main
In this April issue of our newsletter, we share several pivotal developments that underscore our commitment to a progressive and sustainable Hawaii. Each of these stories is a building block in our shared vision for a thriving, equitable, and sustainable future for all Hawaii residents. We invite you to read on and explore the detailed updates and insights in this issue.
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Research & Economic Analysis Division - e-Newsletter
READ E-Newsletter – Q2 2024Posted on April 22, 2024 in Main
Welcome to the Q2 2024 newsletter from READ. In addition to READ’s ongoing reports on tourism and labor, we have also developed several special economic reports related to Hawaii’s film and creative industries, affordable housing, quality of life indicators, and more.
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DBEDT E-Newsletter
DBEDT E-newsletter – March 2024Posted on March 25, 2024 in Main
March has brought us to a critical juncture in the legislative session and significant efforts were made to expand affordable housing, enhance agricultural growth, advance clean energy solutions, support small businesses, and cultivate a skilled workforce for emerging sectors. DBEDT’s core divisions and attached agencies have continued to engage in a variety of impactful activities and events.
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DBEDT E-Newsletter
DBEDT E-newsletter – February 2024Posted on February 28, 2024 in Main
February was another busy month as our department hosted workshops, programs, conferences, and marked milestones. This included the commemoration of the Hawaii-Ehime Prefecture sister-state reaffirmation, Made in Hawaii e-commerce conference, Creative Lab Music Immersive on Hawaii Island, publishing of the Hawaii Digital Equity Plan, and much more.
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Research & Economic Analysis Division - e-Newsletter
READ E-Newsletter – Q1 2024Posted on February 26, 2024 in Main
We are pleased to introduce the new quarterly newsletter of the Research and Economic Analysis Division (READ) of the Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, READ Insights, which will highlight various publications and include a sampling of recent and ongoing reports that have been issued.
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DBEDT E-Newsletter
DBEDT E-newsletter – January 2024Posted on January 24, 2024 in Main
As we embark on the promising journey of 2024, this issue of DBEDT’s newsletter reflects on our collective achievements and lessons from the past year and sets the stage for our ambitious goals and initiatives in the months ahead.
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County Business, Social & Economic Trends in Hawaii
County Social, Business & Economic Trends in HawaiiPosted on January 16, 2024 in Main
This report presents statistics on social, business and economic trends for the State and each of its four counties, annually from 1990 to 2022.
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