Ungated Post | 24 May 2021

Fox 5: Oxford Economics’ Barbara Byrne Denham on why New York’s economic recovery will take a long time

Barbara Byrne Denham, Senior Economist at Oxford Economics joins Linda Schmidt from Fox 5 News to discuss why New York’s recovery still has a long way to go.

Restaurants in New York City are starting to hire back more employees. The outlook is optimistic. However, the city lost more jobs in almost every industry that exists. And as a result, experts say its recovery is going to be slow.

Watch and listen to the video interview below:


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