TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) —Florida’s economy will likely remain in good shape for the next few years, according to state economists .

State economists on Thursday drew up new forecasts that show that the state’s economy continues to recover after the Great Recession.

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Economists estimate the state’s main budget account will grow 3.8 percent during the fiscal year that started in July. Economists are also projecting a 3.9 percent increase in the fiscal year that starts in July 2015.

That’s a slight dip from previous forecasts in March. One main reason is that there has been a drop in corporate income taxes.

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But Amy Baker, the head of the state’s Office of Economic and Demographic Research, said it’s because businesses are spending more and does not show any weakness in the economy.

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