Robinson, Simon
August 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;8/28/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 32, p15
Trade Publication
The article presents an outlook of the U.S. Congressional Budget Office on business investment in the country. Among the factors that may contribute to the increase of business spending are high corporate profits, low corporate debt and favorable costs for investment financing. Economists from the American Chemistry Council believe that the chemical industry will be sustained by the growth of the manufacturing sector.


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