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First-Quarter 2012 Industrial Spending Expected to Top $6.2 Billion in Great Lakes Region, an Industrial Info News Alert


December 22, 2011 - SUGAR LAND, TX

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Throughout the recession and the following recovery period, spending in the Great Lakes region of the United States has taken a hit. Companies and jobs exited the region in droves during the recession, and spending took a noticeable dive as well. However, companies have slowly been returning to their past spending habits in the region as the economic situation has improved. Heading into the first quarter of 2012, as part of North American Industrial Database, Industrial Info is tracking more than 250 capital and maintenance projects worth an estimated $5.2 billion that are scheduled to begin construction in the Great Lakes region during the first quarter of the year.

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