Old MachineryJames Bryant

Why US Manufacturing Has to Maximize Capital Spending

BIZMOLOGY -- The manufacturing backbone of the country -- the machinery and other equipment US companies use to make their products -- is the oldest it’s been since 1938. The average piece of machinery in the US manufacturing sector is 10 years old, and even as the US economy has returned to growth, companies are spending very little on …

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