Richest Foreign Countries Shake Off Aftermath of Financial Crisis


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In case you're interested in knowing how the rest of the world's manufacturing sector is holding up, an article from The Guardian sums it up. According to "Stock Markets Soar on Positive World Manufacturing Surveys," published on September 2, surveys of manufacturing output around the world gave a significant indication that the richest foreign countries are finally ridding themselves of the aftermath of the financial crisis. 

British and Japanese manufacturing is growing, and  factory sectors in Spain and Italy returned to growth for the first time since 2011. For more details, read the article here.