Why US economists are obsessed with ‘Japanification’ | FT

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Economists are terrified of how slow growth, low inflation and low interest rates could hit the economy. The FT’s US economics editor Brendan Greeley explains why. Read more at https://on.ft.com/2uXZV9o

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