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Economy adds fewer jobs than expected

By Stephen J. Glain
Globe Staff / February 7, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- The US economy generated 112,000 new jobs in January, its strongest monthly performance in more than three years. But the figure was lower than economists had expected, leaving President Bush vulnerable to Democratic criticism of his economic policies. (Full Article: 855 Words)

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