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(NECN) - It's time to go on the record with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber Vice President Charles Rudnick joined NECN Business to talk about Boston's recovery after the marathon bombings.
"The good news is, from an economic standpoint, we're already starting to see the recovery from the bombings. Boylston Street is open for business, the Small Business Administration has announced loans to businesses that were impacted, the mayor has announced a major reinvestment in renovating the Boston Public Library in Copley Square, so we're already on the road to economic recovery even though the victims of course will take much longer and the One Fund will be helping them," Rudnick says.
Rudnick also talks about how the Bay State's special election for U.S. Senate could have economic implications.
Watch the attached video for more.