Recession-weary New York is now staring down a double-barreled budget gap of almost $700 million for fiscal 1992, according to sources familiar with a budget report due for release today.

The projected gap in the almost $29 billion budget is being driven wider by an equal amount of revenue shortfalls and spending increases, the sources said yesterday.

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