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PLAN TO COVER CHAMBER'S BUSINESS FORECAST CONFERENCE JAN. 29

 PLAN TO COVER CHAMBER'S BUSINESS FORECAST CONFERENCE JAN. 29
 More than 500 Maryland business leaders, Gov. William Donald Schaefer, state economic development officials and a prestigious contingent of business forecasters will gauge Maryland's and the nation's economic prospectus for the coming year during a half-day conference Wednesday, Jan. 29, in Baltimore.
 "Economic Outlook 1992," sponsored by the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, will feature forecasts from NBC's Chief Economics Correspondent Irving R. Levine, a panel of editors from Fortune magazine, top executives from leading Maryland companies and economists from five major Maryland colleges.
 The conference, which begins at 8 a.m., at the Omni International Hotel, is co-sponsored by the Washington-Baltimore Regional Association and the Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development (DEED).
 Schaefer and Levine will speak during an 8 a.m. breakfast program. An executive summary forecast for Maryland, compiled by the University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Baltimore, Loyola College and DEED, will also be presented.
 After breakfast, a panel of Maryland executives will offer their own assessments of Maryland's economic health and how business will fare in the next 12 months. Panel members will include Richard Alter, president of the Manekin Corporation; William H. Daiger Jr., executive vice president of MNC Financial, Inc.; Wilbert H. Sirota, administrative partner of Frank, Bernstein, Conaway and Goldman; and Richard Sullivan, president of Ferris Baker Watts, Inc.
 Fortune magazine editors will follow with a detailed look at national and regional economic prospects. Featured on the panel will be Lee Smith, Washington bureau chief; Robert Norton, associate editor for financial news; and Ann Reilly Dowd, associate editor for Capitol Hill.
 Members of the media are cordially invited to attend.
 CONTACT: Gene Bracken of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, 410-269-0642 (Baltimore), or 301-261-2858 (Washington).
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