Burst of growth for Georgia factories, KSU says



Burst of growth for Georgia factories, KSU says

KENNESAW, Ga. (Aug 4, 2016) — Excerpt of Article: Georgia manufacturing rebounded last month, after three months of decline for the sector, according to a report today from the Kennesaw State University Econometric Center.

In July, the Purchasing Managers Index for Georgia increased 3.2 points to 52.5 — the first time since April that the index has been above 50. That PMI reflects an increase in five of the six categories measured, according to the KSU Econometric Center.

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