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Convention benefit 'negligible,' study says

By Andrew Caffrey
Globe Staff / August 10, 2004

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The Democratic National Convention produced a ''negligible" benefit of $14.8 million to Boston because traffic jams that would have drained the economy did not materialize, a study released yesterday said. (Full Article: 816 Words)

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