TITLE

Paper and Packaging

PUB. DATE
January 2006
SOURCE
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Paper & Packaging;2006 1st Quarter, p75
SOURCE TYPE
Industry Profile
DOC. TYPE
Industry Overview
ABSTRACT
The article presents an overview of the economic performance of the U.S. machinery industry. Machinery prices increased by 3.6% while volume growth was about 6.5% in 2005. Machinery and equipment production increased by almost 5.0% according to the Federal Reserve Board. Semiconductor-making machinery exports slowed down to 15.0% in 2005 compared to 93.0% in 2004.
ACCESSION #
22891962

 

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