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Neville Chamberlain economics

5 August 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have the world s worst recessions, but all three are taking nasty medicine: cutting private and government costs sharply. Martin Hutchinson argues that this avoidance of Keynesian selfindulgence can bring them a quicker recovery.

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