The recent 'mini recovery' in the US economy will be short-lived, with US growth of 1.4pc this year slipping to just 0.8pc in 2009, according to the latest global prospects report from the cebr.
The report's authors see the exports and consumer spending-fuelled US upturn as unsustainable, in the face of the weaker global macroeconomic environment and the demise of tax-rebate driven consumption...
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