PHILADELPHIA - Nearterm economic growth prospects have weakened over the past three months, according to 35 forecasters surveyed by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

The forecasters lowered their projections for 1993 real GDP growth to 2.4%, after seeing the lower-than-expected gross domestic product growth in the second quarter. In a survey three months earlier, they had expected 3% growth.

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