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The Slow Mo Economy: Preparing for Slow US Growth Over the Long Term

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Mon, 19 Nov 2012

Going forward, economic growth is unlikely to accelerate in a meaningful way, although the US expansion should continue into 2013. Moreover, with growth stuck at around 2%, the economy remains vulnerable to exogenous shocks—particularly a large one like the fiscal cliff. Longer term, some of these

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