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How the other Frisco beats us in economic growth

You realize this means war The credit site WalletHub indulged its compulsion to rank cities against one another again today, this time measuring the economic growth of 515 municipalities over the past six years. San Francisco comes in number 15 on the list, which is pretty amazing, all told. Normally we wouldn’t mind not coming in first despite our gangbuster series of years.
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