Bus. letter accompanier

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Possible Answers: ENC.

Last seen on: Wall Street Journal Crossword – Jul 31 2017 – Hot Stuff


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Eastern North Carolina (sometimes abbreviated as ENC) is the region encompassing the eastern tier of North Carolina. It is known geographically as the state’s Coastal Plain region. Primary subregions of Eastern North Carolina include the Lower Cape Fear (Wilmington Area), the Sandhills, the Inner Banks and the Outer Banks. It is composed of the 41 most eastern counties in the state. Large cities include Greenville, Jacksonville, and Wilmington. In 1993, the State Legislature established seven regional economic development organizations and three of these serve eastern North Carolina – Northeast North Carolina Commission (covering 16 counties), North Carolina East Alliance (representing 13 counties surrounding North Carolina’s Global TransPark), and North Carolina’s Southeast Commission (assisting 11 counties).

New transitions are being made in the geography of the economic sectors. Economic Development Commissions are transforming, such as North Carolina’s Eastern Region Commission’s transition into North Carolina East Alliance. Different EDC’s have different ways to increase prosperity in the area. NCEA’s first focus is to improve the talent pipeline to create a more comprehensive local workforce. Shoop, the Commissioner for Washington’s EDC stated “In a private setting, they would be able to access different funds for additional economic projects or initiatives in the county.”

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