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Is the Helicopter Money the Solution?

Is the Helicopter Money the Solution?

From the point of view of our Chief Economist Patrice Gautry, this measure is highly debatable because he is not sure this extra money will be spent and not sure that it will boost inflation from its current low levels. Learn more with our short video.


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