Construction machinery exports close out 2008 with a 20% gain

March 2009
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The article reports on the 20% gain in U.S. construction equipment exports in 2008, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). It says that among the market leaders for purchases of U.S.-made construction machinery are South America and Asa. AEM Senior Vice President (SVP) Al Cervero says the export results were helped by trading terms such as letters of credit.


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