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Industrial Outlook

United States

Report | North America Industrial Outlook - Q4 2012

Summary

Activity begins to spill over from Class A to B boosting the overall market.

In the U.S., absorption and delivered space both posted large spikes and are coming closer to pre-recession norms. Construction starts continue to increase with an ever growing proportion being built on a speculative basis. Manufacturing continues to grow in Mexico. The country’s strong internal dynamics have helped to deflect the pressure of weak U.S. economic growth. Mexico’s growth is far exceeding the U.S., it has a growing middle class and is well positioned as rising transportation costs drive manufacturing closer to U.S. shores. Canadian markets continue to mirror the U.S. with strong demand for modern product that is becoming increasingly scarce. However, softening home building activity is an issue to keep an eye on.​

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