Full Tilt Factories Are No Cause For AlarmBy
If the U.S. economy is slowing down in the second half, it looks as if someone forgot to tell manufacturers. In August, production soared, output in previous months was revised up considerably, and factories used their capacity at the highest rate in more than five years, a level often associated with production bottlenecks and price pressures.
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