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Will Eliminating Cash Save The Economy? (Spoiler Alert: Don't Be Stupid!)

Submitted by Frank Shostak via The Mises Institute, Given the still-subdued economic growth many experts are of the view that the presence of cash has constrained central banks from setting negative rates to stimulate the subdued economic activity. In a future economic or financial crisis, current low rates would restrict the effectiveness of monetary policy, so it is held.
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