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Cost of living: This chart shows how the price of products has risen in the US

An economist has warned that the US is on the verge of a 'cost of living' crisis due to rapid inflation. Image: Unsplash/Peter Bond

Kate Whiting

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As inflation is much too high, the average price of products is also increasing in the US. Image: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

A quarter of people around the world find it hard to meet the high cost of living. Image: Ipsos

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