Greenspan's successor faces tough economic climate

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  • Tuesday, 13 Sep 2005

NEW YORK (AP) - Not so long ago, it seemed like Alan Greenspan's successor as Federal Reserve chairman would have it pretty easy at first.  

The current economic climate of solid growth and tame inflation was expected to continue for many months to come. 

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