In 2008, the bankruptcy of the banking system and created a credit crunch and caused a risk of global deflation. It was only averted by a rescue plan global which lasted more than 5 000 billion, and by a stimulus program that dug the public debt of the developed countries approximately 20 % of their GDP. The crash bank then created a crisis of sovereign risk, which failed to burst the euro area.
Less than twelve years later, the developed countries are again forced to commit 20 % of their wealth in the form of public debt in order to avoid...
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