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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Columbus business owners say they're upbeat about the next three years and expect brisker sales, more jobs and broader investments in new product development in Bartholomew County.
Those are among the buoyant conclusions of a Columbus Economic Development Board survey that took the temperature of 39 companies, primarily in manufacturing, on issues ranging from sales forecasts to the effectiveness of local government services.
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