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Economic Questions for Mr Osborne


The 4 questions for George Osborne to address on Wednesday, when announcing the cuts.

  • Government spending is going to be slashed , what will replace it?
  • Private consumption is going to be weak as cash is diverted to pay off debt so what supports any claims to be made to the contrary?
  • Therefore corporate investment will be lower as cash is horded in uncertain times. The estimates on spend seem unrealistically high? – Convince us otherwise.
  • Surely to expect export growth to lead us out is naïve at a time of slower international growth and currency wars?

Credible statements on these questions might just persuade the loosening of private and corporate purse strings which is essential if even modest growth is to occur and a return to recession is to be avoided.

Answers please George.

 

Author: Chris Slay

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