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Find the culprit

12 September 2014 By Edward Hadas

The two world leaders in trade surpluses are sometimes accused of importing too little. In fact, both run surpluses for good economic reasons. If trade imbalances are a problem, it’s because the financial system copes badly with the international cashflows they create.

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