Economists Say It's Half Full. Consumers Say It's Half EmptyBy
Every fall, the nation's business economists gather to glean some insight into the economic climate their companies will be facing the following year. This year, the forecasters came away fairly united in their belief that a recovery began in the second quarter and that 1992 will see a modest and sustained upturn. What will see the economy through? Domestic demand.
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