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I M F :- Moving Public Debt Onto A Sustainable Path

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http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/survey/so/2010/POL090110A.htm

The global economic crisis has eroded the government coffers of advanced economies and countries will need to return debt levels to a sustainable path to manage fiscal risks, foster long-term growth, and create jobs in the coming years.

The IMF said governments need to develop credible fiscal plans that focus on longer-term solutions, rather than on quick fixes, to protect the fragile recovery and reassure financial markets. In some cases, a marked departure from the normal historical pattern of adjustment to rising public debt is needed to manage fiscal risks.

The research is part of the IMF’s ongoing analysis to help countries emerge out of the crisis and return to economic growth and more sustainable debt levels.

Long-Term Trends in Public Finances in the G-7 Economies, Fiscal Space, and Default in Today’s Advanced Economies: Unnecessary, Undesirable and Unlikely provide a comprehensive analysis of the fiscal challenges faced by different countries in the coming years.

the waffle continues.......it is waffle isn't it?

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http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/survey/so/2010/POL090110A.htm

The global economic crisis has eroded the government coffers of advanced economies and countries will need to return debt levels to a sustainable path to manage fiscal risks, foster long-term growth, and create jobs in the coming years.

The IMF said governments need to develop credible fiscal plans that focus on longer-term solutions, rather than on quick fixes, to protect the fragile recovery and reassure financial markets. In some cases, a marked departure from the normal historical pattern of adjustment to rising public debt is needed to manage fiscal risks.

The research is part of the IMF’s ongoing analysis to help countries emerge out of the crisis and return to economic growth and more sustainable debt levels.

Long-Term Trends in Public Finances in the G-7 Economies, Fiscal Space, and Default in Today’s Advanced Economies: Unnecessary, Undesirable and Unlikely provide a comprehensive analysis of the fiscal challenges faced by different countries in the coming years.

the waffle continues.......it is waffle isn't it?

Come on austerity cuts, we've been waiting long enough. I want to see public backlash that will occur and a reversal in policy back to unsustainable debt accumulation NOW!!!

Yawn, it's like watching paint dry.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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