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August 1985, Vol. 108, No. 8
Employment rose in the first half of 1985
of as the recovery entered its third year
The total employment gain and unemployment decrease since the recovery began compare favorably with the earlier postwar recoveries; but recently, manufacturing has weakened largely due to the strong U.S. dollar and deteriorating trade balance.
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