NEW YORK — The long-awaited economic recovery keeps being postponed.

Originally expected to kick in in time for the second half of 2001, many economists and sources in financial and credit circles now fear that the combination of fundamental economic weakness and a growing pool of uncertainty makes a rebound before the second half of next year unlikely.

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