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US productivity suffered in 2010-19. Image: Unsplash/Rafael Juárez

Laurent Belsie
Economics Editor, The Christian Science Monitor
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A chart showing US business sector output and labor productivity gaps from 2005 to 2019.
A look at the US business sector output and productivity gaps. Image: NBER
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