“The tentatively positive economic signs that started to appear by the
end of March 2009 were confirmed by a number of economic reports
suggesting that the worst of the deepest economic crisis since the
Great Depression was behind us,” said Hachemi Aliouche, associate
director of the Rosenberg International Center of Franchising at the
University of New Hampshire Whittemore School of Business and
Economics. “These include improved credit flows, a stabilizing housing
market and a slowing rate of layoffs.”
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