After the April price growth of 8.2%, it has become clear that the matter doesn’t concern a creeping inflation which is spreading slowly but surely, but that we have suddenly entered a phase of chronic inflation again, one which could easily get out of control and turn into a devastating hyperinflation once again Returning prices […]

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