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CHICAGO-Even as shoppers spent a record $52 billion in the United States during Black Friday in November, commercial real estate experts predict slow growth for the retail segment for 2012. In its North America Year-End Retail Outlook released Monday, Jones Lang LaSalle said uncertainty in US and global economic indicators have tempered early 2011 projections enough to allow caution to rule for the next year. (It should be noted that at ICSC’s New York City conference, currently in progress, the mood was decidedly more optimistic than cautious.)

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