Avoiding the fiscal cliff
(Continued from page 1) Still, if lawmakers can successfully forge a path around the “fiscal cliff” of tax changes and cuts in government spending scheduled to take effect in early 2013, the economy is expected to continue its gradual recovery, the report said. For restaurants, the continued growth in tourism from overseas could help. International travel to the U.S. was expected to hit a record level in 2012, with about 65.4 million visitors coming from other countries. ...
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