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Pohjois-Pohjanmaalle kärkisijoja kuntabarometristä – Kärsämäen ykkössijan lisäksi yritykset arvioivat Oulaisten kaupungin ja Kempeleen kunnan viiden kärkeen

Pohjois-Pohjanmaan kunnista peräti kolme pääsi valtakunnallisessa Suomen Yrittäjien kuntabarometrissa viiden kärkeen. Alle 10 000 asukkaan sarjassa yrittäjien elinkeinopolitiikasta antamien arvioiden perusteella Kärsämäen kunta saavutti ensimmäisen sijan.
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