Yet analysis found there is a group of companies - "recovery leaders" - that have already surpassed both their 2007 production and profitability performance levels. They have seen their revenue recover much more quickly from the recession than other manufacturers: They were more likely than the balance of the group to say their revenue had grown by at least 6 percent since June 2009, and were less likely to anticipate little (less than 2 percent) or no growth in the future.
Why were recovery leaders better able to rebound from the recession?
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