That’s a ‘Depression’: Europe’s Double-Dip Is Officially Longer Than Its Great Recession

“More austerity and less monetary stimulus were pretty horrible ideas. But Europeans seem to prefer to keep recreating the 1930s rather than learning anything from them”. This article shows that Europeans don’t want the recession to go on. Still, they don’t want devaluation, stimulus or inflation. So, how to end this depression?

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