ANN ARBOR, MI (MPRN)-- Businesspeople are relatively bullish on Michigan’s economic outlook for 2019, according to a new survey.
That survey was the subject of Tuesday’s meeting at the Detroit Economic Club.
It showed faith in Michigan’s short-term economic outlook is higher than the national average. But it also hints at worries about a possible longer-term slowdown, especially if national issues like trade policy stay unresolved.
Jeff Mason is CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. He admits that’s a possibility.