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How the US Inflation Reduction Act will impact the economy

With new legislation including the Inflation Reduction Act, the US government has committed to $479 billion in climate and energy spending Image: Engin Akyurt for Unsplash

Richa Sahay

Manager, First Movers Coalition, World Economic Forum

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