Recession's Over, What's Next?

October 2009
Metal Center News;Oct2009, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p24
Trade Publication
The article presents the economic forecasts by several economists for the steel industry in the U.S. It states that most of the economists who attended the Economic Summit: Forecast 2010 of Metals Service Center Institute Inc. have shared similar insights on the recovery of the industry from unemployment, slow consumer spending and recession. The economists who expressed their opinions include Martin Regalia, William Strauss and Peter Morici.


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