LOS ANGELES-The outlook for industrial development in California is improving, as the manufacturing and warehousing climates get better, according to a recent Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson survey. Both the northern and southern parts of the state are benefiting.

Industrial vacancy rates here and in Orange County are as low as 3% in some markets. Though there isn’t as much of a demand for imports in the warehousing space as there was before the recession, exports and manufacturing are filling that gap.

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