GDP creeps up

September 30, 1993

The U.S. economy grew marginally faster than originally thought from April through June, but analysts said they don't expect much improvement soon. The Commerce Department said exports grew slower than previously estimated and helped hold second-quarter growth to a revised 1.9 percent annual rate.

The advance in the gross domestic product was slightly faster than the government's original 1.6 percent estimate in July and subsequent 1.8 percent revision a month ago.

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