O'Neill sees growth, zero inflation

US - U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill has said that the U.S. economy was set to exit 2002 in good shape with inflation benign, but exhorted corporate executives to help revitalize the economy by setting an example of honesty and integrity.

"If we go back to a balance (of exports and imports) in the third quarter we can expect growth in the three percent range... It's a rate that I think will leave us with zero inflation," O'Neill told business leaders in Seattle on the second leg of tour that

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