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The deterrent question

20 September 2012 By Neil Unmack

The central bank’s bailout-light plan depends on countries sticking to serious reforms. But pulling the plug if a country veers off track could have disastrous consequences. That weakens the central bank’s hand, but doesn’t mean that bond-buying is a pathway to unbridled moral hazard.

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