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  • "Real estate problems will continue to weigh on growth," said Robert Ward, director of global forecasting at the Economist Intelligence Unit.

    Sales of existing homes plunge →

  • "A sustained recovery in house prices is still a long way off," he said. "There is still a large amount of housing likely to come into foreclosure, and many homes already held by banks as a result of foreclosures have not yet moved onto the market."

    Sales of existing homes plunge →

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