No matter who gets elected president next month, the United States economy in 2013 will have only tepid growth.
Does that sound like this year all over again? Yes, indeed.
At least that’s the view of 44 professional economic forecasters, members of the National Association of Business Economics, who on Monday released their outlook for the coming year.
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