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    Another of the economists who picked the last global financial crisis is warning the next one has already begun

    Another of the economists who picked the last global financial crisis is warning the next one has already begun


    Ten years on from the meltdown of 2008, Ann Pettifor says the next crisis will be even worse.

    She says corporate debts are huge, and the prospect of higher interest rates in the US signal the end of the good times.

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