Do We Really Need an Economic Stimulus Package?

Pace, Norma
February 2002
Paperboard Packaging;Feb2002, Vol. 87 Issue 2, p4
Trade Publication
Views on the importance of economic stimulus package in the United States. Things that will be affected by the lack of stimulus program; Factors that could help in the recovery of the economy; Status of layoffs during the closing weeks of 2001; Percent increase in electronic commerce retail sales in the quarter of 2001; Reason for the decline of business investment in equipment in the fourth-quarter of 2001.


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