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The good and the bad

10 July 2014 By Ian Campbell

Falling prices can be positive. In Britain, shrinking shop prices encourage consumption and may delay rate rises. In euro zone countries where unemployment is high and competitiveness weak, falling prices reflect structural flaws and may depress rather than stimulate.

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