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24 January 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

Japanese 1990s monetary policy was not very restrictive it left room for moderate growth. But its fiscal policy increased public spending as a proportion of output, draining resources from the private sector. It’s those excessive stimulus packages that are the example to avoid.

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