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Can other economies avoid 'Japanification'? 

Japan is approaching its fourth consecutive decade of consistently low nominal growth, inflation, and interest rates. Image: REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

Mohamed A. El-Erian

Chairman, President Barack Obama’s Global Development Council

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