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September 10, 1993 - Image 159

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-09-10

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GDP

page 157

defense industries suffered
cutbacks.
By contrast, trade, trans-
portation and business ser-
vices grew 3 percent to 4 per-
cent.
Purchases of durable
goods increased 3 percent
during the first half, as fur-
niture purchases shot up 13
percent per capita. By con-
trast, car purchases dropped
1 percent to 2 percent, while
household goods purchases
remained flat.
Investment in fixed assets
- such as land, buildings and
equipment - fell 5 percent fol-
lowing a flat second half last
year.
Investment in residential
housing fell 19 percent in the
first half, following a 12 per-
cent drop in the previous
half. The sharp decreases
reflect drastic cuts in public
housing, which was reduced
55 percent in the first half
after a 23 percent drop in the
second half last year.
By contrast, private con-
struction took up some of the
slack and increased 10 per-
cent in the first half.
Investment in machines,
equipment, non-residential
buildings and infrastructure
rose 3 percent, building on
the 8 percent growth during
the second half of last year.
However, investment in non-
residential buildings fell 10
percent.
Goods and services exports
grew 6 percent during the
first half, following a 4 per-
cent increase in the previous
half.
The increase in the first
half reflected an 11 percent
jump in industrial exports.
In addition, income from
tourism rose 8 percent, while
diamond exports fell 3 per-
cent and agricultural exports
dropped 2 percent.

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