Which is more important, a positive or negative outlook for Mahshahar’s economy?

A positive outlook is better, especially for Mahashahr’s economy, according to a new study.

In the past few months, the city’s economic situation has improved markedly and Mahshahs people are feeling optimistic about the future.

But the city is still facing problems, including a shortage of basic goods and services.

This economic recovery has brought about the creation of a number of new jobs, but it has also made it harder for the city to provide for its residents, the study by the University of Mahoshahr Economic Research Institute showed.

The institute found that, as of April, Mahshashahrs gross domestic product (GDP) was still below the official level of $3.7 billion.

The unemployment rate in Mahshatas city of 6.4 percent is above the national average of 5.8 percent.

In Mahshakhshar, the situation is much better.

The city has gained 1,600 jobs in the past year, according the Mahshazhgarh Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), which was created by the Mahashahar and Mahoshahar Economic Development Act of 2015.

This is a major improvement over the year before, the MEDC said.

The city’s GDP is now at a level of about $3 billion.

In a report to the Mahoshahs government, the institute said Mahshas economy is not as prosperous as it used to be and it needs to boost its economic performance to get back to a sustainable level.

It said the economy needs to create more jobs and generate new opportunities for the Mahshaan people, which would enable them to participate in the economic recovery.

The economic recovery is a necessary prerequisite for the growth of the economy, said MEDA’s Chief Executive, Shoaib Mohammad.

“Our plan is to give the Maheshahans a positive outlook for the future,” Mohammad said.

The report was released ahead of the National Economic and Social Survey (NES), scheduled to be released next week.

The NES, the first of the three economic surveys to be conducted under the National Action Plan (NAP), is designed to gauge the economic situation of all Mahshastas.

The study shows that Mahshachas economy has become better than its pre-NAP level, but that it has not been at the same level as it was before.

The economic recovery in Mahshaans region is more positive than in other regions, including Kharghat, Kishanganj and Mahsamgarh.

The region has seen an increase in employment, particularly in construction and manufacturing.

The region has also witnessed a rise in construction projects, which have led to increased construction output.

In Khargha, the construction sector has witnessed a 25 percent increase in the amount of construction jobs, which has resulted in a boost to the economy.

In Kishanga, construction has increased by more than 30 percent.

The MEDB also found that construction jobs have increased in Mahashat and Kharhas.

Construction jobs have also increased in Khashas.

“This is due to the development of the construction industry, which is contributing to the increase in construction jobs,” the report said.

However, it noted that construction projects are still hampered by difficulties in obtaining land.

The report also pointed out that the lack of infrastructure has caused difficulties in access to land.

According to the study, the region has not seen the level of development and employment as it did in the first half of 2016.

The number of workers has not increased in the region, which also leads to lower employment.

The number of construction workers has also increased, with the number of people engaged in construction increasing by 14.5 percent in the last year.

The construction sector is expected to account for 2 percent of the total employment in the Mahishas region by 2020.