The state’s gross domestic product rose 3 percent – with manufacturing and agriculture driving most of that increase.
According to a recent report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Indiana's economic growth last years is among the slowest in the nation.
A new report from IBRC shows Indiana's agricultural production has great positive ripple effects throughout the state's economy.
Indiana's GDP grew 2.1 percent last year, beating Ohio, MIchigan, Wisconsin and Illinois' growth rates.
Most metropolitan areas in Indiana saw their GDPs increase between 2011 and 2012.
Though the governor says he won’t back down from his call for a ten percent income tax cut, there was a hint of compromise Wednesday.
A number of Indiana cities appear near the top of a recent list of GDP growth from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.