While it’s not recession-proof, the local economy in Omaha, Neb., never hits the unsustainable highs or dramatic lows common in some fast-track regions of the United States. “I think our territory will probably make it through this recession or economic slowdown, whatever we want to call it, because of agribusiness,” said Larry Keating, principal, Electrical Products Co., Omaha. “But you have to footnote that if you are selling to the residential market. That market is off significantly. We
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