36% Growth Starts Year For North American Project Spending

April 2008
Supply House Times;Apr2008, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p46
Trade Publication
The article presents a research by Industrial Information Resources Inc. which shows that industrial project spending was growing in North American in January 2008. According to the report, there was $327 billion worth of industrial projects scheduled to begin construction in 2008. The report noted that January 2008 was the second month in a row of robust project spending.


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