Simpson-Bowles: It’s Back, and Better Than EverDonald Haider
June 15 (Bloomberg) -- Whoever wins the U.S. presidency in November will potentially have to deal with combined tax increases and spending cuts that could extract 3 percent to 4 percent of gross domestic product from the economy -- a potentially catastrophic fiscal blow to the recovery from the deepest recession in 80 years.
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