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The world economy cannot count on growth to solve the global debt problem, stimulus measures are not a sustainable

Norman Bailey
Alexander Mirtchev

As always, the ultimate hopes of addressing the issue of debt appear to be pinned on growth as a way out of the rising waters of debt.

 
 
 

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