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Antonio Fatas, professor of economics at INSEAD, expects the debt-ridden country to get back to growth by 2017 if everything goes according to plan.
Nizam Idris of Macquarie says the U.S. economy is headed towards full employment so headline numbers are harder to come by.
The economy needs additional fiscal and monetary support, as well as structural reforms, not just a delay in the tax, warns Thomas Bernes of the Center for International Governance Innovation.