Business improving, but cash flow is still tight: economist
Apr 24, 2013 | 10:26 AM
| Samuel Frizell
ATLANTA The U.S. economy is improving and theres no danger of an economic backslide in the coming years, but cash flow and buying confidence have not yet returned to pre-recession levels, economist Clare Zempel told members of the American Wire Producers Association.
"The economic outlook: the direction is up," Zempel said at a breakfast reception at the Interwire convention in Atlanta. "Any slowdowns that do occur, for whatever reason, are going to be temporary. The bet should be on growth."....
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