Incorporating: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
The Great Lakes is home to the third largest industrial gas market out of the eight US regions.
The regions GDP growth has fared relatively well over the past 15 years. The Great Lakes did of course feel the impacts of the recession – the economy dropped by -0.5% and -2.6%, in 2008 and 2009, respectively. Average GDP growth for the past decade has equalled 2.6% p.a. The region’s economy is largely driven by its manufacturing sector, with global headquarters and major production units of Ford, General Motors and Chrysler located in the region.
Report Data: 2017
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