‘We’re a bit of a novelty’ – Australia’s tourism boom: Key points
Here in central Oklahoma, tourism is booming.
Here’s how the rest of the US is doing, and why it matters.
Here are the key points: The state’s tourism industry is thriving, with a new wave of new arrivals in the last year.
Oklahoma’s population is rising, as are the number of tourists from overseas.
The state is also home to some of the most popular tourist attractions, including the Grand Canyon and the Oklahoma City Zoo.
It’s been a boom in tourism that has generated billions of dollars in revenue for the state.
The boom has brought with it a raft of new jobs and a surge in the state’s tax base.
But Oklahoma’s economic woes are also drawing attention.
“Oklahoma is one of the fastest growing states in the country,” says Chris Anderson, the state economist.
He says that, as well as the tourism boom, the economy is suffering from a weak economy.
Anderson says the economy in Oklahoma was in freefall in the mid-2000s, and that the state has been stuck in a “death spiral” since then.
There are a lot of problems in Oklahoma, but the biggest one is that, in many ways, it’s an economic miracle.
“I mean, it is a miracle,” he says.
But for many in Oklahoma’s capital city, the economic recovery has been a bit too good to be true.
A new round of construction on the Grand Hotel in downtown Tulsa, completed last year, has been seen as an indicator of the state turning around.
In an interview with the Tulsa World, city leaders and a representative for the hotel company confirmed the project is on track for completion.
However, the project will be the first to incorporate a public market, where patrons will be able to buy and sell their wares.
Construction on the city’s new airport, the first phase of which is set to open in 2020, will also see a public auction.
Local business owners are also hoping that the tourism wave will continue.
One of the few things that have not yet been decided about a new hotel, the Oklahoma County Museum, is hoping to open its first permanent location in 2019.
As a result, the museum has announced it is looking for a buyer to open a permanent location for its collection of historic artifacts.
Meanwhile, other Oklahoma tourism projects have been delayed or pushed back.
On Friday, the city of Tulsa and the Tulsa County Museum agreed to a memorandum of understanding for the construction of a new museum, to be built near the intersection of Interstate 40 and Interstate 40/51.
Tulsa is also building a new amphitheatre, which will be open to the public starting in 2019, and a new water park, which is scheduled to open later this year.
The city of Oklahoma City announced plans to build a new downtown convention center on Thursday.
And the state of Oklahoma is looking to add at least 10,000 jobs, or roughly 2% of the workforce, to the state in 2019 and 2020, according to a recent state survey.
At the same time, the oil and gas boom has not been good for Oklahoma.
Over the past 12 months, oil and natural gas production in Oklahoma fell from an average of about 10 million barrels per day in the first half of 2018 to about 7 million barrels in the second half.
That decline was due to a number of factors, including a combination of production cuts, an increase in the use of fracking and a drop in prices.
According to the Oklahoma Energy Department, the number one reason for the decline in oil and shale production is the decline of oil production in the Bakken shale formation.
With the decline, the price of crude has fallen, which means that more oil is needed to pay for the production that has been lost.
By 2020, the peak production of Bakken oil and other shale oil will be down to about 4.8 million barrels, according the Energy Information Administration.
Despite the drop in production, Oklahoma is still on track to see its GDP growth come in at a rate of about 4% this year, according a report by the state agency.
This is due in part to the fact that the energy boom has been able to create enough jobs to allow Oklahoma to attract people who will stay and work in the oilpatch, the report said.
To date, the jobs created in Oklahoma have gone to about 1,100 people in the construction and manufacturing industries, and about 500 people in other non-oil and gas related industries.
The economic downturn is having an effect on tourism in Oklahoma.
The number of visitors to Oklahoma has fallen by nearly half in the past two years, according to the Oklahoma Tourism Association.
Businesses are still hiring and more visitors are coming from abroad, but a