The FME economics cryptic crossword!

I’m taking advantage of the double bank holiday weekend in the UK and am jetting off (thank you, Kate). In the meantime, should you be looking for some economics fun over the holiday season, try the Five Minute Economist cryptic crossword – economics themed of course!

Answers in two weeks’ time.

Across:

1 See 2 down
4 The best pear to cook! (6)
5 In France, I was going as expected – a contradiction! (6)
6 and 17 Rob tent and peg near some trees! (7, 5)
8 and 13 down Learning about free thinking in fashionable rowdy Goa (7, 6)
11 Dodgy citrus (5)
12 Sounds like the general theory of walking sticks (6)
14 See 19 across
17 See 6 across
18 and 1 down He’ll volunteer?! BS! (3, 7)
19 and 14 across There would be trouble if major cities took to the air (7, 6)

Down:

1 See 18 across
2 and 1 across Lesser known feelings came before countries’ riches (5, 10)
The usual hero? How profitable (11)
7 To put a tax on trash cans (5)
9 Demand for rubber bands (7)
10 An economic spy! (5)
13 See 8 across
15 Listening to equality in the lamp (4)
16 Investment costs that hit hard? (4)

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