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    Global Economic Outlook Stronger in 2014i
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    December 23, 2013 11:38 PM
    The global economy may be entering a new phase as the year draws to a close. New data suggest some of the uncertainty that has characterized much of 2013 appears to be lifting as a new year begins. But economists are cautious. Despite steady improvement, U.S. unemployment remains high, Europe’s debt crisis is far from over, and China’s economy continues to slow. Mil Arcega looks at the prospects for the global economy in 2014.

    Global Economic Outlook Stronger in 2014

    Published December 23, 2013

    The global economy may be entering a new phase as the year draws to a close. New data suggest some of the uncertainty that has characterized much of 2013 appears to be lifting as a new year begins. But economists are cautious. Despite steady improvement, U.S. unemployment remains high, Europe’s debt crisis is far from over, and China’s economy continues to slow. Mil Arcega looks at the prospects for the global economy in 2014.


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