The latest news on GDP
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Slowing job losses could mean the economy is ready to turn around.
The nation's gross domestic product shrank by 6.1 percent, worse than most economists predicted.
The business group backs tax portions of Obama's plan but criticizes labor and environmental proposals.
The collapse of the credit markets accelerated the drop in GDP.