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Why The Chinese Change of Diet Means We’ll All Be Paying More For Our Mortgages

By Andy Shaw | January 23, 2010

Originally Posted 13th September 2007

Even though I don’t agree with the government’s policy on trying to keep to a 2% inflation figure, their way of pulling the reigns of the UK economy by the means of interest rates, really does have a quick effect on the property market. It’s a shame their clever economists can’t learn to look into the future like they are supposed to, instead of seeing what has happened and then reacting like accountants do. Still that’s for another time.

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