Potential gross domestic product

In 2005, the Congressional Budget Office released data for potential gross domestic product showing a prediction of steady growth. In 2007, the data was revised to reflect slightly slower growth, but in 2012, the budget projections show much slower growth. Read related article.

In 2005, the Congressional Budget Office released data for potential gross domestic product showing a prediction of steady growth. In 2007, the data was revised to reflect slightly slower growth, but in 2012, the budget projections show much slower growth. Read <a data-xslt='_http' href='http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/whats-the-story-with-the-economy/2013/03/01/e56ea2cc-81c7-11e2-a350-49866afab584_story.html'>related article</a>.
Source: Congressional Budget Office. The Washington Post. Published on March 1, 2013, 8:49 p.m.
 
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