If things are bad, there must be a good reason for it.
Rising uncertainties are making global compromise and cooperation more unlikely
World Bank Group President David Malpass thinks it might take years to get prices back under control as the US and other economies face inflation rates not seen in decades.
How do you control inflation in a market economy?
The world has entered another era of high inflation, and no country can escape from the heat wave of rising prices.
Apparel manufacturers yesterday expressed concerns over an alarming rise in global inflation, citing that increasing prices may affect the purchasing power of end-consumers in export destinations and cause demand for garment items to fall.