In his memoirs, The Age of Turbulence, Alan Greenspan presents himself very much as a global leader; he hobnobs with former UK prime ministers Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair, features the current prime minister, Gordon Brown, the president of China, successive US presidnets and so on. But he virtually ignores his fellow central bankers
Eddie George, Mervyn King and Jean-Claude Trichet will flick through the pages in vain seeking even one mention. No!
The reason may be that such types do not
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