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Current-account surplus is not always a sign of health

A current-account surplus is not always a sign of health; a current-account deficit is not always a sign of weakness. Comment.

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A current-account surplus represents an excess of domestic savings over domestic investment. This excess savings could reflect a lack of domestic investment opportunities. For example, Japan's current-account surplus has grown since 1990, ...

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