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U.S Manufacturers Upbeat About Economy's Prospects

Like an object in the rear view mirror, economic recovery may be closer than it appears, according to the results of a recent KPMG Global Business Outlook survey that found U.S. executives showing increased optimism about the future.

KPMG International recently conducted a comprehensive survey on the economy, obtaining responses from 6,200 corporate leaders on their outlook for the next 12 months. Respondents included 322 U.S. manufacturing executives, and their observations proved especially interesting on a number of fronts including: the execs expressed stronger optimism for improved business activity over the next 12 months, compared with their European counterparts, who anticipate stagnant or even worsening conditions.

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Like an object in the rear view mirror, economic recovery may be closer than it appears, according to the results of a recent KPMG Global Business Outlook survey that found U.S. executives showing increased optimism about the future.

KPMG International recently conducted a comprehensive survey on the economy, obtaining responses from 6,200 corporate leaders on their outlook for the next 12 months. Respondents included 322 U.S. manufacturing executives, and their observations proved especially interesting on a number of fronts including: the execs expressed stronger optimism for improved business activity over the next 12 months, compared with their European counterparts, who anticipate stagnant or even worsening conditions.

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