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Why is inflation so high and will it stay that way? An economist explains

The rise in inflation is being largely driven by post-pandemic demand and the war in Ukraine. Image: Frank Busch/Unsplash

Gayle Markovitz

Business Editor, World Economic Forum

Natalie Marchant

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