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Small-business owners believe a U.S. economic recovery is unlikely to accelerate before the second half of 2011 amid worries about issues such as healthcare costs, according to a quarterly survey.

Small-business owners believe a U.S. economic recovery is unlikely to accelerate before the second half of 2011 amid worries about issues such as healthcare costs, according to a quarterly survey.

The survey, by human resources services company Administaff Inc., found 21 percent of small-business owners surveyed expect an economic rebound before mid-2011. Nearly half believe it will come in the second half of next year, and almost a third said they were not sure.

 
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