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U.S. Documents | 17 Feb. 2016 Behind Utility-Hit Headlines, the Industrial Sector is Growing, Jus
If the collapse in oil sector capex and the strong dollar were going to push the industrial economy into recession, it probably would have started by now

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17 Feb. 2016 Behind Utility-Hit Headlines, the Industrial Sector is Growing, Jus

By Ian Shepherdson

If the collapse in oil sector capex and the strong dollar were going to push the industrial economy into recession, it probably would have started by now

Posted: 17th Feb 2016 in 'U.S. Documents'

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