Associated Industries of Missouri

The Voice of Missouri Business® 

Since 1919

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There's a reason why some of the biggest employers in Missouri are members of Associated Industries of Missouri. As Missouri's oldest, statewide business association, it is our duty to fight on behalf of business in the capitol. That's a job we've done for more than 100 years.

Thank you to our 

Circle of Elite Organizations!

Anheuser-Busch InBev

Spire, Inc.

The Boeing Company

BNSF Railway

Deere & Company

MasterCard

Lafargeholcim

Altria Client Services, Inc.

Peabody

Missouri Broadcasters Association

Missouri Employers Mutual

SSM Health

Evergy

Enterprise Holdings 

Ford Motor Company

AMeren Missouri

The Doe Run Company

Jost Chemical Company

Cerner Corporation

Missouri Enterprise 

Google 

Reynolds American, Inc. 

Proud member of the 

conference of state manufacturers  associations (COSMA)

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NAM: Global Manufacturing Economic Update

The World Bank predicts that the world GDP will grow by 4.0% in 2021, bouncing back after declining 4.3% in 2020. With that said, global output will remain 5.0% below pre-pandemic levels by the end of this year. While COVID-19 and its spread remain downside risks to the economic outlook, the prospects of a vaccine and a return to “normalcy” in spending and activity should help the overall recovery.

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