Housing construction in the United States rose in August to the highest level in nine months as a surge in apartment building offset a decline in single-family activity.

The August performance was another sign that the nation’s housing industry has begun to recover from its worst downturn in decades.

Read the full article by Martin Crutsinger “Housing construction rises in U.S.” in the Globe and Mail (Sept 17, 2009).

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