SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Tied with February for the highest measure this year, Rhode Island's Current Conditions Index rose 17 points to 92 in May per the report released Monday by University of Rhode Island Economist Leonard Lardaro. April’s CCI measure was revised from 67 to 75 due a reversal in the manufacturing wage, explained Lardaro.…
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