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How do you prevent a domestic reflation policy coming off as a 1930s-style attempt to "beggar thy neighbour"?
Germany's economy barely grew in the first quarter of the year, figures show, as private consumption helped offset shrinking exports and investment.
A lack of confidence among consumers has pushed up savings levels in the last year despite the low rates of interest available, banks say.
Developing countries are trying to stop mining companies shifting billions of dollars in profits out of their countries, depriving them of much-needed tax revenue.
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