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ArtikelA Little Faster, George?; A Growth Manifesto  
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Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: The Economist ( vol. 406 no. 8826 (Mar. 2013), halaman 16.
Topik: Economic Crisis; Central Banks; Currencies; Economic Policy; Politics
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Isi artikel Over the past 170 years this newspaper has tracked the British economy through some devastating shocks. The global slump of 1857 wiped out banks and chilled demand for exports. The 1930s Depression hit the country hard. Two world wars destroyed homes and infrastructure. Yet five years after each of these events the economy was growing. Not so this time. Britain is barely bumping along. The Bank of England reckons output, which peaked at Pounds 1.5 trillion ($3 trillion) in 2007, will not reach that level in real terms until 2015. With an ill wind the country could easily lose a decade. Meagre wages and stubborn inflation are eroding spending power . The pound is falling, yet the balance of trade is dismal. Pessimism is calcifying: 12% of Britons expect their household finances to improve next year, and 52% think they will worsen. This failure to grow not only hurts businesses and households: it makes it far harder to balance the books.
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