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One reason not to worry about the deficit: private borrowing is likely to remain mild.

NOV 23, 1992 2:00am ET

WASHINGTON - Despite renewed talk in the bond market that demand for credit may be stirring, there is little reason to worry that stepped-up borrowing will do much to raise interest rates in the next...

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