Commodity prices help mid-Michigan businesses

It's not all grim news for the Michigan manufacturing sector, as diversification seems to be working its magic, at least in mid-Michigan.
Excerpt: Manufacturing companies in the Great Lakes Bay Region are growing at a steady pace, thanks to rising prices for agricultural commodities and diversification during the recession, two local experts say.
Brian Anderson, president of Isabella County’s Middle Michigan Development Corp., and Harry Leaver, executive director of the Center for Business and Economic Development at Saginaw Valley State University, agree that the pace of growth is steady.
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