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Letters: Just how should you pronounce vermouth?

30 November 2019

9:00 AM

30 November 2019

9:00 AM

Down to zero

Sir: Paul Collier’s siren call to take advantage of near-zero interest rates to go on a massive government infrastructure splurge is one Jeremy Corbyn might welcome but Conservatives should resist (‘Back to Plan A+’, 16 November). Japan tried what he is proposing when its bubble burst in 1990. The result: $6.3 trillion

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