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NABE survey: 'Sequester' likely to occur

Upi : Philippines | Feb 24, 2013 at 9:31 PM PST
Source: United Press International
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The $85 billion in looming U.S. spending cuts will likely occur, most economists, analysts, academics and policymakers said in a survey released Monday. Twenty-nine of 49 panelists, or nearly 60 percent of the panel, told the National Association for Business Economics' February Outlook Survey... FULL ARTICLE AT United Press International
 
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