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Deflation is considered terrible because it makes everyone stop spending money. Economic policymakers tend to aim for around 2% annual inflation from what I hear. [[Special:Contributions/2602:24A:DE47:BB20:50DE:F402:42A6:A17D|2602:24A:DE47:BB20:50DE:F402:42A6:A17D]] ([[User talk:2602:24A:DE47:BB20:50DE:F402:42A6:A17D|talk]]) 14:57, 18 August 2020 (UTC)
*Consider this: after the [[Lost Decade (Japan)]], which is generally considered the worst and longest case of deflation in the past 100 years, Japan was basically fine -- a wealthy society with a good democracy and a stable society. But basically every country that has faced hyperinflation in the past 100 years, society has been wrecked. --[[User:Mareino|M]][[User_talk:Mareino|<font color="orange">@</font>]][[User:Mareino|r]][[Special:Contributions/Mareino|<font color="orange">ē</font>]][[User:Mareino|ino]] 16:26, 18 August 2020 (UTC)
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