Economists doubt recession risk from U.S. sequestration

A majority of U.S. economists believe that full or partial implementation of automatic sequestration budget cuts is unavoidable, although they don't think these will necessarily lead to recession. Meanwhile, Republicans in the U.S. House are considering ways to fund government operations through September.

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