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Economy 2013: One “Cliff” Avoided, Another Awaits

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Mon, 14 Jan 2013

Washington’s last-minute solution to a portion of the “fiscal cliff” provided some much-needed clarity to the direction of tax rates. Yet, the portion of the cliff concerned with spending cuts remains, and its brief delay puts it on a collision course with the upcoming debate about another increase

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