U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Industrial Outlook

January 2006
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Industrial Outlook;2006 1st Quarter, p1
Industry Profile
Industry Overview
This publication presents an overview of the industry of the U.S. Manufacturing is expected to remain the industry leader in 2006. Highlights of a forecast of the U.S. industry are provided. The industry growth leaders are expected to shift from being manufacturing-based to service-based in 2007. Information on the current and constant revenue generated from the top twelve industries are presented.


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