Will it really be a hard landing?

Zwirn, Ed; Baker, John
January 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;1/8/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 48, p28
Trade Publication
The article presents economists' predictions regarding the U. S. economy for the year 2007. Due to a general slowdown by year end 2006, activity in numerous sectors for 2007 is expected to be mixed. Economists predict that declines in the housing sector and chemical industry will continue, while chemical end-use sectors, such as apparel and packaging, will see a moderate rise in activity. INSET: PREDICTIONS FOR THE US IN 2007.


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