Election won't end uncertainty

Uncertainty is widely given as the reason the U.S. can't produce a robust economic recovery, but the result of the presidential election won't do away with that uncertainty, Andrew Ross Sorkin writes. The growing consensus in Washington, D.C., is that Congress will head off the "fiscal cliff" by delaying all the tough decisions on taxes and spending, possibly until the fall of 2013, giving the nation another year of uncertainty, he wrote.

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