Recessionary Austerity

The deep recession in Greece and the milder one in Portugal don’t matter to the overall performance of the euro-zone, as they are less than 5% of the area. They are, proof that during a recession repeated government spending cuts and taxes increases don’t increase investor confidence nor boost growth and private sector investment. Rather, it’s a recipe for economic contraction that will doom the latest rescue effort.

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