U.S. economy predicted to stay "upbeat" through 2006

06/5/2006 | SupplyChainBrain.com

The U.S. economy should remain "positive" and "upbeat" in 2006, according to Michael Andrews, chief economist with the Port Import/Export Reporting Service and Back Aviation Solutions. Speaking at a conference, Andrews said a slowdown in consumer spending in the second half of the year could result in a gradual deceleration of growth.

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