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It has been a modest start to 2013 for the industrial sector, with a number of key activity indicators weaker than expected. This is largely due to subdued domestic demand in recent quarters, with still high unemployment, sagging business confidence and reduced government investment all weighing on short term prospects for growth. External demand has held up reasonably well however, which is providing some support to the nascent recovery.
Source : Cushman & Wakefield
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