Manufacturing facts: Domestically manufactured goods are used throughout the U.S. economy

06/5/2013

This week's excerpt from The Facts About Modern Manufacturing: Domestically manufactured goods are used throughout the economy, flowing through the goods and services sectors as intermediate materials and then to final purchases via consumers, businesses, government and exports. Intermediate consumption occurs in the industry sectors because this is where manufactured materials are made into parts and components that are then incorporated into final goods. The sum of intermediate and final uses equals the total supply for manufacturing commodities. Manufacturing Facts

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