Hanging in There

Triplett, Tim
January 2011
Metal Center News;Jan2011, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the findings of the Metal Central News (MCN) Outlook 2011 Survey conducted by the periodical "Metal Central News" in the U.S. It suggests the growth in the metal industry as a result of the country's improving economy. It forecasts sales and profit increases, and a significant growth in capital spending plans. Comments from respondents which focused on the positive signs of economic recovery for companies' plan of investment are also discussed.


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