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November 1991, Vol. 114,
economy into the 21st century
Norman C. Saunders
Economist, Office of Employment
Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Gross national product is projected to increase
1. 5 percent per year (low-growth scenario), 2.3 percent
(moderate growth), or 2.9 percent (high growth) over the
1990-2005 period; key shifts are expected in consumer, business,
and government spending, and foreign trade. This article reviews
BLS projections of the U.S. economy to 2005.
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