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18 April 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

Even a small rise in borrowing costs would prevent U.S., UK and France debt levels from stabilizing by 2017, the IMF’s annual fiscal report shows. Japan’s and Spain’s won’t steady anyway. But the fund’s own positions on austerity and interest rates are sending the wrong message.

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