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MNI INTERVIEW (RPT): US Mfg On Growth Path Despite Risks - ISM

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Price growth is the biggest risk for supply chains, ISM's Tim Fiore says.

(Repeats article first published on April 3)

The outlook for U.S. manufacturing growth remains positive and set to persist through next year, despite risks ranging from higher transportation and energy prices, rising interest rates and China's shutdowns and manufacturing sluggishness, Institute for Supply Management chair Timothy Fiore told MNI Friday.

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(Repeats article first published on April 3)

The outlook for U.S. manufacturing growth remains positive and set to persist through next year, despite risks ranging from higher transportation and energy prices, rising interest rates and China's shutdowns and manufacturing sluggishness, Institute for Supply Management chair Timothy Fiore told MNI Friday.

Keep reading...Show less