WASHINGTON -- A closely watched survey of economists showed that recession expectations are diminishing and growth forecasts for 1992 are getting stronger.

The quarterly survey by the National Associationg of Business Economists, which tracks the opinion of 44 economists, projected growth in gross domestic product of 2% in 1992 - a pace they call "subdued" but better than the 1.5% forecast in February.

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