The Beginning of the Recovery

Ferraez, Jorge; Ferraez, Raul
December 2010
Latino Leaders;Dec2010, p6
The article reflects on the economic recovery in the U.S., particularly on the belief that the recession has ended for some regions and industries. The authors have emphasized that economy will be needing another year or a half for the full recovery, particularly in the automobile industry and housing in Detroit, Michigan. The authors have also suggested that in a bigger picture, businesses are beginning to see an upward trend, reflecting over businesses that had sustained through tough times.


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