Oklahoma isn’t seeing weakness that’s hurting factories across U.S., world

Manufacturing is weakening around the globe, a trend that is weighing on U.S. growth just as the presidential campaign enters its final stretch. Meanwhile in Oklahoma, manufacturing activity has slowed a little but remains in good shape, an economist said.

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER Published: September 5, 2012
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WASHINGTON — Manufacturing is weakening around the globe, a trend that is weighing on U.S. growth just as the presidential campaign enters its final stretch.

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