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Americans grapple with soaring inflation

By Reuters
13 January 2022   |   10:43 am
Small business owners and shoppers in a Washington, D.C. neighborhood on Wednesday said they were struggling to adjust to rising prices, amid the highest inflation in nearly 40 years.

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