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(Undated-AP) -- Economic indicators for the West, including Utah, are looking good.
For the fourth straight month, the overall economic index for the Mountain States region went up. That's according to a Creighton University business study. Hiring, new orders and production were all reportedly up in recent months.
The regional survey covers Utah, Colorado and Wyoming.
Utah's business conditions index rose to its highest level since October of 1997.
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