BRIAN KANTOR: Don’t fight the austere with austerity, rather lower interest rates

BRIAN KANTOR: Don’t fight the austere with austerity, rather lower interest rates 🔒

18.10.2019

BRIAN KANTOR: Don’t fight the austere with austerity, rather lower interest rates 🔒

Low, postponed demand and a fall in production can become a vicious circle that must be broken

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