Aviation executives believe the Asia market will recoup in the second half of 2002, provided the U.S. economy turns up and alleviates Singapore's manufacturing fall-off and Japan's protracted stagnation. U.S. forecasters predict the states will post 2.5% real growth this year if the world recession is over by the end of March. U.S. growth might reach 4.3% in 2003. The World Bank projects 5% growth this year in East Asia and the Pacific as a whole, which comprises about 1.9 ...

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