Midwestern manufacturing activity continued to inch up – albeit a fractional amount – in September compared with August, according to data published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago last week. More importantly, when compared with last year, regional manufacturing in September rose 7.2% from a year earlier. National output increased 4.3% in that same period..
Fast forward to January 2013, when our next president will be inaugurated. What’s your best (and worst) case scenario for manufacturing?
That’s the question we posed to the four panelists who will speaking at a manufacturing breakfast in Chicago on Thursday sponsored by Changing Gears/WBEZ and Crains Chicago Business. Continue reading “A Crystal Ball From Some Experts on Midwest Manufacturing”