US infrastructure in poor shape: manufacturers
Sep 18, 2013 | 04:58 PM
| Corinna Petry
CHICAGO Most manufacturers believe the U.S. infrastructure is in fair or poor shape, with roads in particular getting worse.
Respondents to a National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) survey also worry that the U.S. infrastructure is not positioned to respond to the competitive demands of a growing economy.
"This survey clearly demonstrates that our nations approach to investing in infrastructure is not improving at a pace to keep up with the growing needs of manufacturers and that the United States risks falling behind," NAM president and chief executive officer Jay Timmons said. "Our outdated roads, ports and inland waterways are....
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