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In our Friday Monitor, we came to the conclusion that prescriptions arising from Modern Money Theory have been designed primarily with the U.S. in mind.

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8 May 2019 Where Current MMT Prescriptions Fall Short for Japan... and China

By Freya Beamish

In our Friday Monitor, we came to the conclusion that prescriptions arising from Modern Money Theory have been designed primarily with the U.S. in mind.

Posted: 8th May 2019 in 'Asia'

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