June 2009
Rubber & Plastics News;6/1/2009, Vol. 38 Issue 22, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the result of an opinion poll about the economic slowdown. When asked about any signs of recovery in business segment, 65% of the respondents said that there is no improvement. About 22.5% said maybe there is a tiny bit of improvement while 2.5 % said that they never had a downturn.


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