UAS, Oil Patch seen as ways region can diversify economy
The most important threat facing northeastern North Dakota may be the potential loss of its economic status in the face of rapid, “at times chaotic,” growth in the Oil Patch of western North Dakota, according to a study completed this week by UND economist David Flynn.
“The threats are real and need to be addressed and possibly neutralized,” Flynn wrote in the study’s summary.
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