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A mild case, so far

7 January 2014 By Ian Campbell

A euro zone inflation rate of 0.8 percent will prompt calls for action. But the U.S. has had more stimulus and growth – and has only slightly higher inflation. Besides, wage cuts help weaker euro members and serious deflation isn’t yet a threat. But serious reforms are needed.  

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