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Re: <nettime> Deflation, anyone?
{ brad brace } on Thu, 18 Jul 2002 06:14:59 +0200 (CEST)


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Re: <nettime> Deflation, anyone?



I'm not even sure how to ask this: but is there any way of
gauging the extent of "illicit" and/or "escaped sectors"
of The Economy? I've a nagging suspicion, coupled with known
instances, that a relatively large proportion of the global
populace operates in a vastly different/indifferent
financial climate, and that the global economic rhetoric is
a needlessly servile ruse.



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