Economy to Underperform Through 2009

October 2008
Metal Center News;Oct2008, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p2
Trade Publication
The article provides an economic forecast for the U.S. economy for 2009. It views that the U.S. economy is being tested due to the global economic crisis. In fact, the housing market declination is one of the contributing factors of the country's economic recession. High commodity prices have also added inflation pressures in the country. Economists expect that the American economy will recover over the next few years.


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