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Treasury Management

Treasury Management: Financial Professionals Expect Slow Growth in 2013

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December 13, 2012

Fiscal cliff threatens anemic GDP growth expectation of 1.7 percent.

Corporate financial professionals expect the US economy to drag its feet next year, with GDP growth of only 1.7 percent, according to a survey by the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP). The respondents expect the economy to generate 1.3 million new jobs.
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