Comparative Performance

October 2010
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Industrial Outlook;2010 4th Quarter, preceding p2
Industry Profile
The article discusses the comparative performance of U.S. industries for the fourth quarter of 2010. While it dominated other industries in 2010, manufacturing is not expected to continue to do so during 2012 and beyond. Industries that will keep losing market share to overseas producers include apparel, ship and boat building and textile mills. Many of the big-ticker consumer goods, such as automobile manufacturing and light trucks, are expected to remain as industry growth leaders.


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