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Quack remedies

12 January 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

A UBS report predicts that unwinding the developed world’s debt extravaganza will produce 10 years of slow growth. Some of that is unavoidable, but current monetary and fiscal policies make everything worse. Tighter money and more public thrift would work better in the long run.

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