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Economists Downplay Weak U.S. Growth Rate

Jan 31, 2013 (Morning Edition) — The economy shrank a bit in the fourth quarter and analysts are trying to figure out why. It's clear that declines in business inventories and government spending played a role, but was the real problem the narrowly averted fiscal cliff?

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