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Low-rate policies fueling world growth carry risks

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Five years after a global financial crisis erupted, the world's biggest economies still need to be propped up. They're growing and hiring a little faster and creating more jobs, but only with extraordinary aid from central banks or government spending. And economists say major countries may need help for years more. From the United States to Europe to Japan, central banks are...

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