A Recession and New Challenges

Pace, Norma
December 2001
Paperboard Packaging;Dec2001, Vol. 86 Issue 12, p4
Trade Publication
Discusses the challenges faced by the paperboard packaging industry regarding the slow down of the United States economy in 2001. Reasons for the decline in the demand for paperboard packaging products; Role of consumers on the growth of the industry in 2002; Assessment of the effectivity of the economic stimulus package proposed in the Congress to stimulate economic activity in the industry; Impact of inflation and federal deficits.


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