Time to move on

Belforte, David A.
May 2010
Industrial Laser Solutions;May/Jun2010, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p24
In this article the author discusses the recovery of the manufacturing industry in the U.S. He is critical of the good news/bad news dichotomy used by journalists and economists in reports. He concludes that the focus should be on acceptance that the economic recovery is moving forward and consider the recession as history.


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