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Slow better than nothing

By Steven Syre
Globe Columnist / December 2, 2011
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It’s hard for most people to see in their everyday lives, but the US economy really is headed in the right direction, at a very slow pace. A growing pile of signals - from manufacturing to car sales - show modest but real improvements while many other world economies start to sputter. Forecasts for the latest US jobs report due today expect more private-sector gains.

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