U.S. productivity grows at slowest rate in a decade

01/23/2007 | Financial Times (tiered subscription model)

U.S. labor productivity grew by 1.4% last year, the slowest rate in more than a decade. Such a poor performance -- both the EU and Japan saw higher productivity growth in 2006 -- makes it increasingly unlikely that the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates.

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