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Eurozone | 21 March 2018 Fiscal stimulus in the EZ won't cure global imbalances
Global current account imbalances are back on the agenda. In the U.S., economic policies threaten to blow out the twin deficit, while external surpluses in the euro area and Asia are rising.

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21 March 2018 Fiscal stimulus in the EZ won't cure global imbalances

By Claus Vistesen

Global current account imbalances are back on the agenda. In the U.S., economic policies threaten to blow out the twin deficit, while external surpluses in the euro area and Asia are rising.

Posted: 20th Mar 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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