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Fighting the inflation fire: Europe seeks remedies to cost-of-living crunch

By France24
18 September 2022   |   8:22 am
Inflation is a word that viewers are likely now hearing almost every day. It's the term we use to talk about the cost of things that most of us regularly buy, like food and clothes, electricity bills, and the materials and resources used by businesses.

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