U.S. manufacturing continues to decline

Hogsett, Don
November 2002
Home Textiles Today;11/18/2002, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p28
Trade Publication
Reports the decline of the manufacturing activity in the U.S. Decrease of employment and inventories; Factors influencing the decline of manufacturing activities; Performance of manufacturing industries in the market.


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