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Construction Company Hurt by Housing Woes

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Construction Company Hurt by Housing Woes

Economy

Construction Company Hurt by Housing Woes

Construction Company Hurt by Housing Woes

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Dyke Messinger, president of a construction equipment company in Salisbury, North Carolina has already felt the tremors of the downturn in the housing market. But international business is up as a result of greater infrastructure needs and the slide in the dollar.

Messinger speaks with John Ydstie.

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