February 2006
Plastics News;2/13/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 50, p3
Trade Publication
This article presents information on the U.S. plastic industry. The employees in 2004 account for 1,304,100. There are nearly 15,597 establishments in 2004. Material cost in the same year amounted to $168 billion.


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