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Published on Sep 26, 2012

KRWG-TV 's Chamber Economic Forum is a quarterly forum of three business professors from New Mexico State University who cover the national economy, a regional update, the latest on the financial markets and answer questions from the studio audience. Fred Martino is the moderator for the forum and the professors are Dr. Jim Peach, Dr. Chris Erickson and Dr. Ken Martin.

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