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U.S. | 15 March 2019 Manufacturing Output Likely Rose in February, but the Outlook is Grim
Manufacturing is not in recession, yet, despite the reams of gloomy analysis of the sector, including our own.

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15 March 2019 Manufacturing Output Likely Rose in February, but the Outlook is Grim

By Ian Shepherdson

Manufacturing is not in recession, yet, despite the reams of gloomy analysis of the sector, including our own.

Posted: 15th Mar 2019 in 'U.S.'

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