Outlook for the New Year

Hwang, Jennie S.
January 2013
SMT: Surface Mount Technology;Jan2013, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p12
After protracted high unemployment and lack of a speedy recovery in the U.S., and in the absence of clear solutions to the Eurozone's financial crisis and China's lower manufacturing activities in 2012, will the grim global economic outlook extend to 2013?


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