Middle-market companies plan for slower growth, survey says

04/28/2012 | CFO.com

Executives at middle-market companies expect revenues to grow at a slower pace over the next year compared with 2011, according to a survey by GE Capital. Higher health care costs and new regulations are seen as key areas that will cut into profit margins. The forecasts could cause many companies to hold off on spending excess cash.

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