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Chicago Fed Letter, No. 20, April 1989
Midwest Manufacturing: Shining Up the Rustbelt

Everywhere, manufacturers are cranking up production, with many straining capacity for the first time this decade. The turnaround began in 1987 as the dollar dropped from levels that had been undermining the nation's global competetiveness.

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