Recovery with Continuing Problems

Pace, Norma
April 2002
Paperboard Packaging;Apr2002, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the status of box shipments and the paperboard industry amidst the U.S. economic situation as of April 2002. Forecasted increase in the annual rate of box shipments by May 2002; Recovery consumer confidence; Problem with business spending for equipment; Decline in the annual rate of inventory reductions; Amount of electronic commerce retail sales in 2001.


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