New York City’s economy faces severe risks from the European debt crisis, city Comptroller John Liu and New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said in separate reports on Thursday.

Liu’s office lowered revenue forecasts on personal income taxes to $8.63 billion from $8.72 billion in July, and business taxes to $5.48 billion from $5.52 billion, also in July.

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