Europe's economy will follow that of Japan in the coming five to ten years, says Lyndon Man, who is global co-head of investment grade bonds at US-headquartered asset manager Invesco.
At an exclusive press conference in London last week, Man noted there is already a striking resemblance between Europe and Japan in terms of a prolonged period of low economic growth as well as low inflation.
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