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According to Alan Greenspan in Friday’s Financial Times, the biggest threat to the world economy is a resurgence of inflation. That’s right. While the rest of us worry about ever-increasing unemployment, shrinking global GDP, declining trade, collapsing demand, Greenspan tells us the real nightmare is none of these, but instead the potential prospect of inflation—even though this year it will probably be under 2 per cent.

This should not surprise us. Throughout his career, it has been…

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