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Thursday, 26 May 2016

Elusive U.S. manufacturing boom is just delayed

Renaissance delayed

Job growth in the sector of just 5 pct since 2010 hardly counts as a renaissance, even though U.S. firms pay only half as much for energy as European and Asian rivals. But the advantage looks set to continue for years. That leaves time for industrial activity and jobs to return.

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