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A thorny problem

18 March 2015 By Andy Mukherjee

A BIS study of falling consumer prices going back to 1870 shows only a weak link with lower GDP growth. The cheery finding may lead policymakers astray. The sharp end of today’s deflation threat lies in depressed wages. It has drawn blood before, and could do so again.

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