mercoledì 28 settembre 2016

Quelli che "con una nuova moneta potremmo riattivare una reale svalutazione competitiva"

A weaker currency, once the cure-all for ailing economies around the world, isn’t the panacea it once was.
Just look at Japan, where the yen plunged 28 percent in the two years through 2014, yet net exports to America still fell by 10 percent. Or at the U.K., where the pound’s 19 percent tumble in the two years through 2009 couldn’t stave off a 26 percent decline in shipments to the U.S. 

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