U.S. Comparative Sector Performance

July 2007
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Industrial Outlook;2007 3rd Quarter, p1
Industry Profile
The article presents a U.S. comparative industrial sector performance in 2011 and an industrial sector forecast for 2012. It is noted that the economic slowdown has resulted in a major downshift in the manufacturing sector, while the service sector posted growth. There have been changes in the industrial sector in response to the current pace of the nation's economy. Lists of the leading industrial sectors from both a revenue and a price perspective are also presented.


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