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Temporary relief

22 September 2008 By Edward Hadas

With economies slowing, commodities tumbling and banks hoarding, prices are no longer rising. But bailout money will make banks highly liquid, planting the seeds of future inflation. When the economy turns, governments may not have time or willpower to uproot them.

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