ATLANTA -- Despite widespread damage from floods this summer, Georgia's economy will remain strong at least through 1996, according to economic forecaster Donald Ratajczak.

Ratajczak, director of Georgia State University's Economic Forecasting Center, also predicted continued growth of the national economy over the next two years, with long-term interest rates rising moderately.

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