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[商业新闻] 2014-02-09&02-11 IMF总裁警告全球经济:改革未完成 复苏面临风险

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IMF chief: Beware of global deflation   

IMF chief Christine Lagarde says governments should beware of the global deflation "genie" coming out of its bottle.


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[Homework]2014-02-09&02-11 IMF总裁警告全球经济:改革未完成 复苏面临风险

I'm very happy that growth is consolidating. And it's uneven. It's imbalanced. It's not as good as it should be and sadly not as good to create enough jobs. But it's back and that's good. We are simply saying that we still have work to do and there are still risks on the horizon. One of those risks is potential deflation.
If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation.
Yes. It's a far worse risk because it's very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will. Once deflation is out, economists are hard-pressed to find ways to get out of deflation. As Japan is trying to do it at the moment after ten years' of deflation.
But if we've already got this vast monetary stimulus and quantative easing and low interest rates and we are still worried deflation, what do you want the current governments to do?
First of all, the central banks should continue to do sensitive, reasonable, accommodative monetary policy. They need not tightening too quickly and they need to let liquidity and insistence so that, you know, money flows. Second, the bank balance sheets have to, you know, be solid and that has to be tested which will likely happen in 2014 so that banks can actually lend to the economy, investents can be made, jobs created and on and on.
But this is all assuming we don't all become complacent. You've warned about complacency. Are you seeing complacency out there yet?
For the moment I think policy makers are sensible. They have a mix of sensible fiscal policy, not too much austerity yet consolidation, growth friendly policy,ok, more of it. Where we have to see than being on the job is structure reforms that they have to do more and in most places around the world, advanced economies and developing countries as well

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I am very happy that growth is consolidating, and it's uneven, it's unbalanced, it's not as good as it should be, and certainly not as good to create enough jobs, but it's back and that's good.We're simply saying that we still have work to do, and there are still risks on the horizon. One of those risks is potential deflation.
If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation. Yes, it's a far worse risk because it's very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will. Once deflation is out, economists are hard pressed to find ways to get out of deflation as Japanese trying to do it at the moment, after 10 years of deflation.
But if we've already got this vast monetary stimulus, and quantitative easing, and low interest rates, and we're still worried about deflation, what do you want, call a government to do?
First of all, the central banks should continue to do reasonable, sensible, accommodative monetary policy. They need not tightening too quickly, and they need to let liquidity in the system so that you know, money flow. Second, the bank balance sheets have to be, you know, solid, and that has to be tested, which will likely happen in 2014. So that banks can actually lend to the economy, investments can be made, jobs created and on and on.
But this is all assuming we don't all become complacent. You've warned about complacency, are you seeing complacency out there yet? For the moment, I think policy makers are sensible. That have a mix of sensible fiscal policies, not too much austerity yet consolidation. Growth friendly policy is okay, more of it. Where we have to see them being on the job is structural reforms. That they have to do more, and in most places around the world, advanced economies and developing countries as well.

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I'm very happy that growth is consolidating. And it's uneven. It's imbalanced. It's not as good as it should be and sadly not as good to create enough jobs. But it's back and that's good. We are simply saying that we still have work to do and there are still risks on the horizon. One of those risks is potential deflation.
If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation.
Yes. It's a far worse risk because it's very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will. Once deflation is out, economists are hard-pressed to find ways to get out of deflation. As Japan is trying to do it at the moment after ten years' of deflation.
But if we've already got this vast monetary stimulus and quantative easing and low interest rates and we are still worried deflation, what do you want the current governments to do?
First of all, the central banks should continue to do sensitive, reasonable, accommodative monetary policy. They need not tightening too quickly and they need to let liquidity and insistence so that, you know, money flows. Second, the bank balance sheets have to, you know, be solid and that has to be tested which will likely happen in 2014 so that banks can actually lend to the economy, investents can be made, jobs created and on and on.
But this is all assuming we don't all become complacent. You've warned about complacency. Are you seeing complacency out there yet?
For the moment I think policy makers are sensible. They have a mix of sensible fiscal policy, not too much austerity yet consolidation, growth friendly policy,ok, more of it. Where we have to see than being on the job is structure reforms that they have to do more and in most places around the world, advanced economies and developing countries as well
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I am very happy that growth is consolidating and it's uneven, it's unbalance, it's not as good as it should be, and something not as good to create enough jobs. But it's back and that's good. We are simply saying that we still have work to do and still risks on the arisen. One of these risks is potential deflation.

If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation.


Yes, it's a for worse risk because it's very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will. Once deflation is out, economies are hard-pressed to find ways to get out of deflation as Japan is trying to do it at the moment after ten years of deflation.


But if we have already got this vast monetary stimulus and quantitive easing and low interest rates and we are still worried about deflation. What do you want to call the governments to do?


First of all the central banks should continue to do sensible, reasonable, accommodative monetary policy. They need not tightening too quickly and they need to let liquidity in the system so that, you know, money flows.


Second, the bank ** have to, you know, be solid and that has to be tested which will likely happen in 2014 so that banks can actually lend to the economy. Investments can be made, jobs created and on and on.


But this is all assuming, we don't all become complacent. Do you warn about being complacency?


Yeah, Yeah.


Are you seeing complacency out there yet?


For the moment I think policy makers are sensible. They have a mix of sensible fiscal policies not too much ** yet consolidation, growth friendly policies ok more of it. Where we have to see them being on the job is structural reforms that they have to do more and in most places around the world, advanced economies and developing countries as well.



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I’m very happy that growth is consolidating. And it’s uneven, it’s unbalanced, it’s not as good as it should be and certainly as not good to create enough jobs. But it’s back and that’s good. We are simply saying that we still have work to do and there are still risks on the horizon. One of these risks is potential deflation.

If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation.

Yes. It’s a far worse risk because it’s very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will. Once deflation is out, economists are hard pressed to find ways to get out of deflation as Japan is trying to do at the moment, after 10 years of deflation.

But if we’ve already got this vast monetary stimulus, and quantitative easing and low interest rates, and we are still worrying about deflation, what do you want governments to do?

First of all, the central banks should continue to do sensible reasonable accommodative monetary policy. They need not tightening too quickly and they need to let liquidity in the system so that, you know, money flues. Second, the bank balance sheets have to , you know, be solid and that has to be tested which will likely happen in 2014, so that banks can actually lend to the economy. Investments can be made, jobs created and on, and on.

But this is all assuming we don’t all become complacent. You’ve warned about complacency (Yeah, yeah). Are you seeing complacency out there yet?

For the moment I think policy makers are sensible. They have a mix of sensible fiscal policies, not too much austerity, yet consolidation, growth-friendly policies, ok, more of it. Where we have to see them being on the job is structural reforms, that they have to do more and in most places around the world, advanced economies and developing countries as well.

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I am very happy that growth is consolidating, and it is uneven, it's unbalanced and it is not as good it should be, and something not as good to create enough jobs, but it's back and that's good.we are simply saying that we still have work to do and there are still risks on the horizon, one of  the these risks is potential deflation.
If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation. Yes it is a far worse risk because it is very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will, once deflation is out, economies are hard pressed to find ways to get out of deflation, as Japan is trying to do at the moment of ten years of deflation. but if we have already got this vast monetary stimulus ,Quantitative easing and low interest rates, and we are still worried about deflation, what do you want to call our government to do.
First of all ,the central banks should continue to do sensible reasonable accommodative monetary policy. they need not tight to quickly, and they need to let liquidity in the system, so that you know, money flows, second the bank balance sheets have to , you know, be solid and that has to be tested which will likely happen in 2015, so that banks can actually lend to the economy, and investment can be made, jobs created and on and on.
But this is all assuming we don't all become complacent, you have warned  about complacency, are you seeing complacency out there yet?
For the moment, I think policy makers are sensible, they have a mix of sensible fiscal policy, not too much austerity  yet consolidation, growth-friendly policies, Ok more of these, where we have to see them being on the job is structural reforms that they have to do more and most places around the world advanced economies and developing countries as well.

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I'm very happy that growth is consolidating. And it's uneven. It's imbalanced. It's not as good as it should be and sadly not as good to create enough jobs. But it's back and that's good. We are simply saying that we still have work to do and there are still risks on the horizon. One of those risks is potential deflation.

If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation.

Yes. It's a far worse risk because it's very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will. Once deflation is out, economists are hard-pressed to find ways to get out of deflation. As Japan is trying to do it at the moment after ten years' of deflation.

But if we've already got this vast monetary stimulus and quantative easing and low interest rates and we are still worried deflation, what do you want the current governments to do?

First of all, the central banks should continue to do sensitive, reasonable, accommodative monetary policy. They need not tightening too quickly and they need to let liquidity and insistence so that, you know, money flows. Second, the bank balance sheets have to, you know, be solid and that has to be tested which will likely happen in 2014 so that banks can actually lend to the economy, investents can be made, jobs created and on and on.

But this is all assuming we don't all become complacent. You've warned about complacency. Are you seeing complacency out there yet?

For the moment I think policy makers are sensible. They have a mix of sensible fiscal policies, not too much austerity yet consolidation, growth friendly policies,ok, more of it. Where we have to see than being on the job is structure reforms that they have to do more and in most places around the world, advanced economies and developing countries as well.
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Homework---"I'm very happy that growth is consolidating and it's uneven, it's unbalance, and it's not as good as it should be and certainly not as good to create enough jobs but it's buck, and that's good. We are simply saying that we still have work to do, and still risks on the arising. One of those risks is potential deflation."  "If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation." "Yes. It's a far worse risk because it's very difficult to put the buck into the bottle if you will, once deflation is out, economies starts hard price to find ways to get out of deflation, as Japanese  trying to do it at the moment after ten years of deflation." "But if we've already got this vast monertry stimulus, an quantative divesing, an lowing just rates, and we still worry about deflation, what do you want call our governments to do?" "First of all, the central banks should continue to do sensible, reasonable accommodative  monitory policy then need not titling, too quickly and they  need to let liquiliting the system so that you know, money flues. Second, the bank balance sheets have to you know, be solid, and that has to be thirsted, which will likely happen in 2019, so the banks can actually lend to the economy, and investment can be made, jobs created, and on and on. " " But this is all assuming we don't all become complacency..., do you warn about complacency? " "Yeah." "Are you saying complacency out that yet?" " For the moment I think, policy makes us all sensible. They have a mix of sensible physical policies, not too much authority, yet consolidation, growth friendly policies okay, more of it, where we have to see them being on the job is structural reforms. That they have to do more and in most places around the world. Advanced economies and developing countries as well. "
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i'm very happy that growth is consolidationg and it's uneven, it's unbalence, it's not as good as it should be, and certainly not as good to create enough jobs ,but it's back, and that's good. we are simply saying that we still have work to do, and still risks on the horizon, one of these risks is protential deflation.

if you are right, deflation is a far worst risk than inflation. yes,it's a far worst risk because it's very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will, once deflation is out, economies are hard pressed to find ways to get out deflation as japan is trying to do it at the moment after 10 years of deflation.

but if we have already got this vast monetary stimulates and quantitive easing and low interst rate,and we are still worrying about deflation. what do you want call a govornment to do ?

first of all, the central banks should continue to do sensible, reasonable accommodative monetary policy. they need not tightenly too quickly and they need to let liquidity in the system so that you know money flows. second, the bank balence sheets have to, you know, be solid and that has to be tested which will likely happen in 2014, so that banks can actually lend to the economy, investments can be made jobs created and on and on.

but this is all assuming, we dont all become complacency, you've warned about complacency , are you seeing complacency out there yet.  for the moment, I think policy makers are sensible, they have mix of sensible ,fiscal policy, not too much  authority yet consolidation. growth friendly policies are ok,more of it, where we have to see that being on the job is structural  reforms . that they have to do. more and in most places around the world,advenced economies and developing countries as well.

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I am very happy that growth is consolidating, and is uneven, it's imbalance, is not as good as it should be and something not as good to creat of jobs, but it's back and that's good. We are simplely saying that we still have work to do, and still risks on the horizon, One of the risks is potential deflation.
If you are fight, deflation is a far worse rist than inflation.
Yes, is far worse rist because it's very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will. Once deflation is out, economists are hard pressed to find ways to get out the deflation as Japan is trying to do it at the moment after the ten years of deflation.
If we have already got this vast menetary stimulus, and quantitative easing, and lowing interest rates, and we still worry about deflation. What do you want to call our government to do?
First of all, the centry banks should continue to do sensible, reasonable, accommodative monetary policy. They need not tightening too quickly, and they need to let liquidity in the system so that, you know, money flows.
Second, the bank balance sheet, you know, have to be solid and that has to be tested which will likely happening in 2014. So that banks can actually lend to the economy, and investments can be made, job created and on, and on.
This is all assuming we don't all become complacent, do you warn about complacency? (Yeah) are you seeing complacency out there yet?
For the moment, I think policy makers are sensible, they have a mix of sensible fiscal policy, not too much authority, yet consolidation, growth friendly policies, ok, more of it, where we have to see them being on the job is structural reforms, that they have to do, More and in most places around the world, advanced economies and developing countries as well.








































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I am very happy that growth is consolidating. And it's uneven, it's unbalanced, it's not as good as it should be, and certain not as good to create enough jobs but it's back, that's good. We are simply saying that we still have work to do. And there are still risks on the horizon. One of those risks is potential deflation.   

If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation.

Yes, it's a far worse risk because it is very difficult to put it back into the bottle if you will. Once  deflation is out, economy starts hard-pressed to find ways to get out of deflation, as Japan is trying to do it at the moment after 10 years of deflation.

But if we've already got this vast monetary stimulus and quantitive easing and lower interest rates, are we still worried about deflation? What do you want government to do?

First of all, the central banks should continue to do sensible reasonable accommodative monetary policy. They need not tightening too quickly and they need to let liquidity in the system so that you know money flows.

Second, the bank balance sheet should be solid and that has to be tested, which will likely  happen in 2014, so that banks can actually lend to the economy. Investments can be made and jobs created, and on and on.

This is all assuming. We don't all become complacent. You warned about complacency. Are you seeing complacency out there jet?

For the moment, I think policy makers are sensible. They have mixes of sensible feasible policies, not too much austerity jet consolidation, grows friend policies, ok, more of it. Where we have to see them being under job is structural reforms. That's what they have to do more and in most places around the world - advanced economies and developing countries as well.


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I'm very happy that growth is consolidating and it's uneven balance not as good as this situ and certain nothing good to creating jobs but it back and that's good. We are simply think that we have still work to do and still risks on the rising. One of the risks is potential deflation.
If you are right, deflation is a far worse risk than inflation. Yes. it's a far worse risk becasue it is very difficult to put it back into the bottle lift as you will.
Once inflation is out, economy starts hard press to find ways to get out of deflation as Japan is trying to do at the moment after 10 years of deflation.
But if we already got this vast money stimulous and quantitive vising . still worried about deflation. What do you want call a government to do?
First of all, the central banks should continue to do sensible,reasonable accomodative monetaty policy,they need not tightening too quickly and they need to let liquidity and system so that you know money flows.
Second, the bank balance sheet have to you know be solid and have to be tested which will likely  happen in 2014 so that banks can actually lend to the economy, investment can be made, job created and on and on.
But this all assuming we don't complete .
Are you saying complencency help that yet?  For the moment I think policy makes us sensible. They have a mix of sensible physic policies not too much astorety yet consolidation, growth friendly policies ok more of it where we have to see that being on the job as structural reforms. That does have to do more and the most places around on the world, advanced economies, and developing countries as well.













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“I’m very happy that growth is accommodating, unbalance is not as good as it should be to create enough jobs, we are simply saying that we till have work to do, still have risks at the horizon, one of the risks is potential deflation.”
   “It’s your right deflation is a far worse risk than inflation.” “Yes, it’s far worse risk because it it’s very difficult to put it back into bottle as you will. Once the deflation is out, the economists are hard-pressed to find ways to get out of the inflation, as Japan is trying to do at the moment after ten years of deflation.”
  “But if we already got this vast monetary stimulus, and quantitative easing, and lower interests rates, and we’re still worrying about deflation, what do you want to call governments to do?”
    “First of all, the central banks should continue to do sensible, reasonable, monetary policy, they need not tightening, to quickly let liquidity system so that money flows; Second, the banks’ chief has to do, you know be solid, and that’s to be tested which will be likely to happen in 2014, so that banks lend to the economy,  investment can be made and jobs created and on and on. ”
     “But it’s all assuming we don’t all get complacency, you warned about complacency, are you seeing complacency out there yet? ”
     “For the moment, I think policy makers are sensible, they have mix of sensible fiscal policies, not too much austerity, consulation  growth-friendly policies, Okay, more of it ,what we will have to see them be on the job is structural reforms that they have to do more in most places around the world in advanced economies and developing economies as well.”
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we are vewthry happy, growth is consolidating.  unbalance not as good as it should be. sothing like is good. but it is bug. we are simply saying that we still have work to do. still risky on rising. one of the nrisk is potential of deflation.
if you are right, deflation is far worse risk than inflation. yes, it is far worse risk because it is very difficult to put it into bug.one of delation result economy still hard way to find a way to get out of defaltion. as japan try to do this after ten years' defaltion. e
if we got  vast stimulus , unquantity , just unleven just rate. rat                                , i am still worried about deflation. what you want to call government to do.
first of all, the central bank should continue to do sensible , reasonable accomendative moneytary policy, they need not tighting quikly, they need to  liquidating the system so that the money flows.
second, the bank balance sheet have to be solid, likely happening in 2014, bank can lend to economy.
investment can be made, job created. but this is all assuming that we don't do you wonder compliance. .are you seeing compliance out of yet.
policy makers are sensible, they have mix of sensible fiscal policies  ,not too much, consolidation. growth friendly policy
more of that  
where we have to say than being on the job is structuring reform, most place around the world, advanced economy and developing country as well.


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