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November 1985, Vol. 108, No. 11
The economic outlook to 1995:
new assumptions and projections
With a base year of 1984 instead of 1982, the real GNP annual growth rate remains at 2.9 percent in the middle scenario; productivity growth, however, is assumed to accelerate under the revised projections.
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