S&P says most regions in US should stay in the growth trajectory
April 4 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said on Thursday that broad federal spending cuts through sequestration should not be a drag on overall U.S. economic growth, but will have different effects among the country's regions.
S&P said it expects that the strongest growth in 2013 will occur in the mountain and west south central regions.
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