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A brief introduction to US manufacturing consumption
Manufacturing technology consumption rose 9.2% in July 2009 According to statistics from the American Association of Manufacturing Technology and the American Machine Tool Suppliers Association, the total consumption of manufacturing technology in the United States in July 2009 was $149.51 million. According to reports from companies participating in the consumption report, this total consumption was 9.2% higher than that in June and 55.3% lower than the total consumption of US$334.14 million in the same period in 2008. Calculated based on the total consumption from the beginning of 2009 to the present of US$910.42 million, Compared with the same period in 2008, it fell by 68.3%. Pete, president of the American Machine Tool Suppliers Association? Bode said: 'We are very pleased to see machine tool sales increase for 3 consecutive months, which means that we have come out of a slump, but we are also very clear that the number of machine tools sold is still less than half of the same period in 2008. .We hope the recent rebound can pave the way for a recovery in Q4 and 2010”. Statistical analysis of 5 U.S. regions also provides detailed reports on U.S. manufacturing technology consumption. Northeast region Manufacturing technology consumption in the Northeast region was $19.61 million in July, down 26.8% from $26.78 million in June, but down 61.4% from the same period a year ago. The total from the beginning of 2009 to the present is 17,439 10,000 US dollars, down 57.3% year-on-year. The southern region's total manufacturing technology consumption in July was 21.82 million US dollars, down 13.5% from June's 25.23 million US dollars, but down 49.8% year-on-year. The year-to-date total is 12,867 The total consumption of manufacturing technology in the Midwest region in July was $39.35 million, an increase of 9.4% from $35.96 million in June, and a decrease of 57.6% compared with the same month in 2008. The total so far is $255.36 million, down 73.3% year-on-year. The region's manufacturing technology spending totaled $50.87 million in July, up 76.4% from $28.83 million in June, but down 53.5% year-to-date. The total amount so far reached US$227.04 million, a year-on-year decrease of 68.0%. The western region's total manufacturing technology consumption in July was US$17.87 million, which was 11.4% lower than the US$20.16 million in June and a decrease of 52.4% year-on-year. Year-to-date The total amount was US$124.95 million, a year-on-year decrease of 63.6%. November 6, 2009 Douglas? Mr. Wood led the association delegation to visit China Machine Tool Industry Association. During the talks, the two sides had an in-depth discussion on the impact of the financial crisis of common concern on the domestic machine tool industry. Mr. Wu De introduced the current situation of the American economy. Regarding the financial crisis, he pointed out in particular that at the global economic forecast meeting held in the United States two weeks ago, most economists believed that the crisis had bottomed out, and the industrial sector was in a slow recovery. The economic situation is cautiously optimistic. He also said that the current basic consensus is that China, the United States, Europe and Japan will be followed in order to overcome the financial crisis and turn to the speed of recovery. Therefore, one of the most important machine tool markets is still in China now and in the future.