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US Manufacturing – What to Expect in 2022

By Jackie Greene on October 7, 2021

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Jackie Greene

Jackie is the Vice President of Economics at ITR Economics, and oversees forecasting and applied research.

US Gross Domestic Product has fully recovered from the COVID-19 recession.

US Total Manufacturing Production is rising but is 3.5% below the pre-recession peak. In our upcoming webinar we’ll discuss what is causing the difference and address when US Total Manufacturing Production will surpass the pre-recession level.

As you’re looking ahead to 2022, you need to know what to expect from your markets. We will look at some of the major manufacturing segments in the US economy and discuss what to expect from next year so you can plan with greater certainty.

There are many pitfalls in the year ahead that could inhibit your ability to capture the growth the economy is suggesting is available. 

  • What could hinder the recovering manufacturing sector?
  • What is happening with the supply chain, and what will the supply chain look like in 2022?
  • Will input commodity prices rise further throughout 2022?

Join us as we discuss the issues and economic landscape you are likely to face in 2022 so you are better prepared to capture growth while protecting your bottom line.

Jackie Greene
Vice President, Economics



Want to learn more? Check out our recent webinar, "US Manufacturing - What to Expect in 2022", presented by Jackie Greene!

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