Economic Stakes Are High as Georgia Enters 2011

January 3, 2011  |  

(AJC) — Like an engine hooked to a run-down battery, economic growth in 2008 just couldn’t seem to get started. Instead, it sputtered, slowed and nearly quit as millions of jobs disappeared.  Three years later, with the calendar turned to 2011, we are about to find out if that battery will take a charge.  “I think 2011 is really, really important,” said economist Adrian Cronje, chief investment officer at Balentine, an Atlanta wealth management firm. “The big story will be the hand-off of government stimulus to the private sector.”

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