'Current Recession No Worse Than Previous Downturns'

March 2009
Metal Center News;Mar2009, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p45
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of economic analyst Chris Kuehl of the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association International on the economic downturn during 2009 in Rockford, Illinois. Kuehl suggests that the economy will begin to recover in the latter part of the year. He also states that the recession can and will be survived. It is also essential for businesses to retain their valued employees.


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