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Companies say the recession will mean a bigger-than-expected increase in their healthcare costs this year, according to a March survey of more than 400 companies conducted by Mercer. While the consulting firm’s annual survey last summer showed employers anticipated health costs would rise about 6% in 2009, in line with the increases over the last few years, companies surveyed in March put the cost hike at 7.4%.

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