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High Inflation in Emerging Nations Vs. Low Inflation in OECD Countries

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    NEW YORK (ForexNewsNow) – With the exception of Brazil and China, emerging markets (and oil exporters) around the world have been hesitant to take strong measures to curb inflation, as these countries often prioritize growth over inflation. In contrast, OECD countries ,which are often characterized by high unemployment rates and the stabilization or even decline of commodity prices, are showing extremely low inflation, despite multiple government efforts to inject large amounts of new capital in the market in order to stimulate the economy and overcome the current Debt Crisis.



    What are the consequences of this imbalance in the global economy? How does the rising inflation in emerging countries and the low inflation in OECD countries impact the global economic system?

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