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Cutting at the deflationary monster

4 December 2008 By Ian Campbell

The latest drastic rate cuts by the Bank of England and the European Central Bank recognise the huge challenge the world economy faces. They also testify to two big failures: not acting sooner to combat deflation, and allowing the credit bubble to inflate in the first place.

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