Economic Activity

December 1999
Economic Trends (07482922);Dec99, p9
Trade Publication
Focuses on the growth of the gross domestic product in the third quarter of 1999 in the United States. Reduced estimates of imports; Increased estimates of private inventory accumulation; Growth of both nonresidential investment in equipment and software and consumer spending on durables; Decline of residential construction expenditures; Vacancy rates for rental housing.


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