NAM Says U.S. Manufacturing Will Lag in Overall Recovery

In an interview with FMI Corp., Raleigh, N.C., David Huether, chief economist of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), Washington, D.C., said the U.S. manufacturing sector has been hit harder by the current recession than the overall economy and will probably be slower than the general economy to recover.

“Many of the factors that caused the recession have been corrected; however, slow growth overseas and an overvalued dollar will likely continue to be a thorn in the sides

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