LONDON, May 28 (Reuters) - The world should not assume that the worst of the global economic crisis is over, Bank of England monetary policy committee member David Blanchflower said in comments published on Thursday. "My worry is that there can be many false dawns and we shouldn't just assume that everything is over," he told The Times newspaper. "We have to have a rethink. You're going to have to throw away lots of economics and start again. How can anybody not say that when we've had ...
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