The business of business

By Linda Sanders In Money

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22nd December, 2012
A reader has challenged my arguments about trying to control the value of the dollar (“We wuz robbed”, November 24), raising issues of waste and inequality. Gavin Maclean, of Cullerlie, Gisborne, writes that I develop “a diatribe against trying to control the dollar from hideous assumptions”. He disputes my claim that you can’t interfere with key economic settings and expect everything to stay in equilibrium. “To pretend that there is equilibrium amid galloping debt, pollution and inequality ...

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