NCUA FOM – What is an example of an economic hub and an isolated area?

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Q:  What is an example of an economic hub and an isolated area?
 
A:  An economic hub is a geographically compact locale within an area where evidence shows residents commonly travel for work and major commerce needs.  An isolated area is an area geographically isolated by such barriers as mountains, bodies of water, or other prominent features.      
 
     
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
This information was obtained from the NCUA’s website, Chartering and Field of Membership Resources page -    https://www.ncua.gov/services/Pages/field-of-membership-chartering.aspx
 

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