A Light In The Forest?Dori Jones Yang
Things are bound to improve in 1992, or so it is said in the $182 billion forest-products business. For makers of both wood and paper products, last year was the weakest in nearly a decade. "Things got worse than we ever thought they would," says President A.D. "Pete" Correll of Georgia Pacific Corp. But, he adds, "1992 will be significantly better."
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