How and When Will the United States and World Economy Recover?

FOR RELEASE: October 15, 2002

CONTACT: Kristen Kioa
  ISM Media Relations
  800/888-6276 ext. 3015

(Tempe, AZ) — What's in store for the U.S. and world economy during the first six months of 2003? How will global economic stability be achieved? What will it take to get back on the road to recovery? Get the answer before it hits the wire at the Institute for Supply Management™'s Fifth Annual Economic Summit in New York City on December 10, 2002.

In a live release, members of the press, executive-level supply management, and financial professionals, and leading economists will have the rare opportunity to receive ISM's Semiannual Forecast before its public release. ISM's Semiannual Forecast is a key economic indicator in these uncertain financial times as the forecast reveals what supply management executives anticipate for the economy during the first six months of 2003. Not only will participants be privy to this forecast, they will gain knowledge that will assist them in understanding the current economic situation and the financial future of the manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors.

The Fifth Annual Economic Summit will bring you face-to-face with leading economic experts who will share key trends and information to help you gain in-depth knowledge of current world economics. Presentations addressing the U.S. and world economic cycle in 2003 will provide an overall picture of both national and international economies into the future.

Don't miss this opportunity to be on-hand to receive your copy of the ISM Semiannual Forecast before its public release. To register, contact ISM's Customer Service Department at 800/888-6276 or 480/752-6276, 401. You may also register online at

The Institute for Supply Management™, established in 1915, is the world's leading educator of supply management professionals, is a valuable resource for decision makers in major markets, companies, and government, and reflects the increasing strategic and global significance of supply management. For further information, see the ISM Web site at

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