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The Saturday Economist, Special Report. In 2013, overseas investment income collapsed, the current account deficit slumped to over 4% of GDP. This happened in 1974 and 1989 when base rates were hiked to 12% and 14% to offset the deficit. Could it happen again, here is the report, check out the slides.
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