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Governor shares economic info with Guam Young Professionals

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Just off the heels of Guam being featured in two major national publications about its finances, Governor Eddie Calvo addressed the Guam Young Professionals organization today during its quarterly membership meeting. The recent article in Bloomberg reported Guam is performing better than all states and territories in the bond market. Governor Calvo spoke on how this news affects Guam today and tomorrow along with the road in getting there and how the news coverage is another example of Guam's growing economy. He adds the growth Guam is seeing is in many sectors of the business community such as tourism services and construction. Calvo encouraged the dozens of members in attendance to use their ingenuity, fresh ideas and exciting new ventures to take advantage of the rising economy and capitalize on its future potential.
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