Workers use a robotic arm to install components of a gas turbine at GE's factory in Greenville, South Carolina. The recovering manufacturing sector is expected to give a shot in the arm to the world economy this year, but growth is still likely to be
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Workers use a robotic arm to install components of a gas turbine at GE's factory in Greenville, South Carolina. The recovering manufacturing sector is expected to give a shot in the arm to the world economy this year, but growth is still likely to be slow. Sluggish investment and world trade, poor productivity growth, China's economic restructuring efforts and political developments in Europe and America are some global factors that continue to be concerns.
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PHOTO: NYTIMES