ICOMIA releases half-year economic trend report

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Twenty of the 23 marine industry associations that ICOMIA surveys are reporting a stable or positive short-term economic outlook for their respective countries for the next six months.

Twenty of the 23 marine industry associations that ICOMIA surveys are reporting a stable or positive short-term economic outlook for their respective countries for the next six months.

The NMMA said today that the International Council of Marine Industry Associations’ half-year trend report is available.

A barometer of economic trends in the global recreational boating industry and the general outlook for the coming year, the report is free for members of the National Marine Manufacturers Association.

The NMMA said the report shows that 20 of 23 international marine industry associations report a stable or positive short-term economic outlook for their respective countries for the next six months.

The report surveys 23 associations worldwide for a barometer on sales revenue and trade for major segments.

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