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Mr Choi calculates that between 2010 and 2014, 77% of chaebol plaintiffs were
released on suspended sentences at the appeals stage, compared with only 64% of ordinary corporate criminals.
https://www.economist.com/news/business/21736581-appeal-court-agreed-former-president-coerced-him-paying-bribe-release/

plaintiffs ?
被告ではないのかな?

To those living through such periods, this depressing effect would show up in lower inflation and wage rises.
That, in turn, suggests that an alert central bank with an inflation target ought to
swing into action to provide more monetary stimulus and keep price and wage growth on track.
https://www.economist.com/news/finance-and-economics/21736519-benefits-may-not-appear-yet-data-central-banks-should-gamble/

wage rises ?
this depressing effect でなぜ賃金があがるんだ?

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