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Shilling for growth

25 February 2013 By Martin Hutchinson

The priority in next month’s election is to prevent the unrest that followed the 2007 poll. With that caveat, boosting economic growth – now running around 5 pct – requires lower interest rates. That means deficit-narrowing fiscal discipline, not Western-style stimulus.

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