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January 02, 2013

Business leaders: Lots of unfinished business

The Business Roundtable delivered an incomplete grade to lawmakers and the White House for averting the fiscal cliff, but pushing off most of the big decisions.

The Roundtable -- an association of the chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies -- said the legislation "only just begins to address the scale of the fiscal and spending problems confronting our country and falls short as economic policy that could encourage a sustained and strong economic expansion.

"When pressed to the limit, political leaders averted some of the most immediate negative consequences of the short-term fiscal cliff, but left unaddressed the most serious and fundamental reforms required for the country’s long-term economic health"

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