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IRVINE, CA-As industrial vacancies continue to tighten, with the potential to dip below the lows of 3.8% reached in the late 1990s and early 2000, growth in the high-tech manufacturing sector could bring this number even lower, Jeff Ingham, senior managing director for Jones Lang LaSalle, tells GlobeSt.com. As we reported earlier this week, the firm’s research shows that after more than a decade of steadily declining numbers, the high-tech manufacturing sector nationwide is beginning to add jobs again.

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