A new economic forecast says Vermont’s economy will outpace the New England average between now and 2010, but will fall behind the national norm.
The New England Economic Partnership issued a report today analyzing the economic outlook for the region. It warns that energy prices and supply issues could hurt in all six states.
The forecast says New Hampshire and Connecticut will lead the region in growth in gross state product and per-capita income.
Vermont is pegged to be about in the middle of the pack, with economies in Massachusetts, Maine and Rhode Island lagging behind.