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Economic festering

30 July 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

The U.S. economy grew at a 2.4 percent rate in the second quarter. But inventory buildup, government spending and a taxdriven housing blip produced most of that, suggesting sluggishness elsewhere. Even with no doubledip, growth is too slow to help the unemployed much.

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