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    Learn why official measurements may understate the true amount of credit creation ...
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    Discover what's behind the Cyprus debacle and what investors should do about the ...
  1. How will a value added tax impact the government budget?

    Learn about the potential budgetary impacts of a value-added tax system in the United States, and how the VAT might harm ...
  2. What austerity measures can a country implement to curtail government spending?

    Read about the types of austerity measures that governments can take to reduce deficits, increase revenue and lower public ...
  3. What are some historic examples of hyperinflation?

    Learn how skyrocketing prices can result in an economy spiraling into hyperinflation, as happened in Germany, Zimbabwe and ...
  4. What are the typical day-to-day responsibilities of a Chief Operating Officer (COO)?

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