(Continued from page 1) Setting the scene for the slower growth in franchise activity overall in 2013, IHS is forecasting a macroeconomic environment with higher taxes on upper income earners and cuts in government spending resulting from the pending political resolution to the looming “fiscal cliff.” Analysts said that resolution may ease some uncertainty about the economy among consumers and businesses but still would act as a “drag on growth” that cannot be ...

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