The National Association of Manufacturers’ (NAM) recently released its annual economic forecast, which projects that GDP will increase a healthy 4 percent in 2004, following a 4.4 percent burst in 2003.
“After edging up only 1.4 percent in 2003, we expect manufacturing production will increase by over 6 percent in 2004,” said Jerry Jasinowski, president of NAM, “the fastest pace since 1999. Manufacturing will not be a drag on the economy in 2004.”
Since the 2001 recession, man
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