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Capital punishment

17 February 2020 By Pete Sweeney

GDP contracted by an annualised 6.3% last quarter, and that’s before any effects from the Wuhan outbreak. Monetary policy is stretched, the yen vulnerable and demand tepid. Reversing a badly timed consumption tax hike would help; banks charging corporate depositors could do more.

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