Metals Demand to Stay Strong in 'Industrial Sector Decade'

April 2006
Metal Center News;Apr2006, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p4
Trade Publication
The article discusses the industrial sector decade in the U.S. The economy is in the midst of an industrial sector decade, which brings continued strong demand for metal suppliers. Eli Lustgarten, president of ESL Consultants LLC, forecasts a positive outcome for the industrial economy. He also quipped that the weaker dollar, the improving global economic picture and solid materials pricing will all benefit the North American industrial sector. Various steel industry markets are presented.


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