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Bungee economics

19 May 2011 By Wayne Arnold

The economy shrank 0.9 percent after March’s earthquake hit consumption and the supply chain. That’s worse than expected. But it looks like disruption rather than destruction. If the central bank is spurred on to necessary monetary easing, this could presage a powerful recovery.

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