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Keywords: USA; Presidential election, politics, government policy, healthcare, public debt
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Abstract:The ability of the next US president to rein in spending on healthcare and improve the productivity of the healthcare system is largely going to determine the country’s fiscal future. That is one of the conclusions of the latest in a series of US Election Analyses , published by the Centre for Economic Performance.
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