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Even the most optimistic solar developer said extended disruptions to projects will have unavoidable consequences.
The state and business officials behind the economic recovery plan say they are looking at a phased approach to restarting Hawaii’s economy.
Alan Oshima, a former utility chief executive, faces the daunting task of crafting a long-term economic plan that people can agree on.
Relief money used to keep employees on the payroll during the crisis does not need to be paid back.
Economists and business and political leaders are preparing a roadmap to restart the shuttered economy.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green and several prominent doctors have aggressively criticized the state for not testing far more widely in Hawaii.
Hospitality industry executives in Hawaii and elsewhere are pushing for insurers to pay claims related to government-ordered shutdowns.
The University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization’s executive director says Hawaii can emerge as the “premier destination for U.S. travelers over the next year.”
With some $350 billion to spread around, banks across the nation began taking applications from small businesses on Friday.