The U.S. economy will resume growing in 2010, with manufacturers expecting sales revenue to increase 5.7% and non-manufacturers expecting 1.3% revenue growth next year, according to the Institute for Supply Management December 2009 Semiannual Economic Forecast released yesterday.

Manufacturers see capital expenditures falling 4%, while non-manufacturers see a 6.7% decline in capital expenditures.

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