TITLE

U.S. Industrial Activity

PUB. DATE
October 2005
SOURCE
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Manufacturing & Mining;2005 4th Quarter, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Industry Profile
DOC. TYPE
Industry Overview
ABSTRACT
The article forecasts the economic performance of the U.S. industrial sector for 2006. Spending for traditional capital goods and high technology equipment will continue to expand. Sales of light vehicles is predicted to decline. High-technology manufacturing is expected to increase during the year. Several factors will contribute to the growth of the industrial sector.
ACCESSION #
22891779

 

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