The economic impact of the Haile Gold Mine on South Carolina : a regional analysis
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Darla Moore School of Business. Division of Research
Von Nessen, Joseph C.
The purpose of this report is to estimate the total economic impact of the Haile Gold Mine, on Lancaster, York, Kershaw, and Richland counties – as well as South Carolina as a whole. The report begins with a discussion of the economic impact methodology used, including a discussion of direct, indirect, and induced impacts. Section III presents the main findings of this report by describing the annual county and statewide estimates for each year of Haile operations. Section IV provides a brief economic overview of Lancaster, York, Kershaw, and Richland counties and illustrates the positive impact that the Haile Gold Mine is having on economic growth in these smaller metropolitan regions. Finally, Section V concludes with a brief summary of these results.
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