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Freedom to act

7 June 2012 By Edward Hadas

Policymakers in developed economies have reasons to be jealous. Beijing can plausibly hope that its textbook stimulus programme – including Thursday’s 25 basis point cut in benchmark rates – will succeed in boosting growth. Elsewhere, conventional policy has run its course.

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