Productivity: All Signs Are Go
Not so long ago, Federal Reserve officials were telling the public that productivity gains had lifted the U.S. economy's potential growth rate in the 1990s to a healthy 3.5% to 4% range. Recently, however, they have hinted that even that relatively optimistic assessment may be too conservative.
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