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Useful crisis

21 July 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

The US state’s deal to close its $26.3bn budget deficit includes accounting gimmicks but also genuinely painful cuts, which appear to reverse a longterm bloating of state spending. It shows how, if outside constraints are tight enough, crisis can bring real opportunity.

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