The IMF gets it

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The IMF has understood the definition of economic crisis:

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn said Monday that there won't be an end to the global economic crisis until there is a significant drop in unemployment.

"So this idea that the crisis is already behind us is certainly a wrong idea," he told reporters at a joint IMF and International Labor Organization conference on generating jobs in the recovery. "Growth is very important, but growth is not enough--you may have growth without jobs."

The IMF has got it.

Why not governments?

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