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April 10, 2009 -

EcoTV April 2009: the return of deflation and consequences of the crisis both in Japan and Mexico… All in video

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The webTV for BNP Paribas economists, is presented by the journalist Sybille Deshedin. On the agenda every month is Philippe d’Arvisenet, Director of Economic Research; as well as two interviews regarding the top headlines in the international economic world. EcoTV is the monthly economic news source in video.

This month, the three subjects are dedicated to: the risks of deflation and the consequences of the crisis both on the Japan and the Mexican economy.

Quantitative easing full speed!
Philippe d’Arvisenet, Director of Economic Research

“ […] Note that inflation getting in negative territory just tells us that the purchasing power of income is to increase because things are cheaper and that is mainly driven by the fact that one year ago oil prices were on the upside. ”

Caroline Newhouse Cohen , OCDE Economist

“ […] it is really astonishing in fact that Japan has been so much impacted by the financial crisis while its banking system is relatively sound but you can explain it perfectly well by the fact that Japan is really open to foreign trade. ”

Mexico: Back to the mid-90s?
Sylvain Bellefontaine, OCDE Economist

“[…] like most emerging countries, Mexico has suffered from general risk aversion and the liquidity crisis triggered in September 2008. ”

Discover the April episode

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