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Near-life experience

30 April 2013 By Edward Hadas

Inflation is surprisingly low, unemployment is depressingly high and GDP remains frustratingly flat. There are ways to make the economy more dynamic, but they are either too revolutionary to be politically acceptable or too slow to matter for years. Expect more of the same.

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