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Moving It Forward: Signals Toward Economic Growth

Despite the serious issues facing world economies, the U.S. economy shows signs of growth.  And that’s good for the manufacturing and transportation industries.  The fiscal cliff was averted and the economy is on an upswing.  Spending cuts might actually start happening, and the U.S. is exploring new energy options that are driving jobs and prosperity in some regions.  China, Africa, and other emerging markets can still provide significant growth opportunities.  The euro zone is fragile, but no longer about to collapse.  Japan, Europe and the U.S. are likely to struggle with negative to low growth but there’s an unmistakable change in the overall mood of economists.

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