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U.S. Bank survey finds that Oregon small business owners less optimistic about economy

The U.S. Bank Small Business Annual Survey found that Oregon small business owners are more optimistic about their local economy than previous years but still less so than their national counterparts. The survey reveals trends in economic sentiment, issues of greatest concern to small business owners, plans for future hiring and capital expenditures and innovation. The survey polled 3,173 small businesses, including 173 in Oregon, with $10 million or less in annual revenue. Read the local highlights.