inflation

Why inflation has become the next big test for the festival sector

Why inflation has become the next big test for the festival sector

After the huge disruption caused by Covid to the UK festival sector, 2022 has seen a full summer season of events for fans. But while the pandemic is no longer restricting live music as in 2020 and 2021, the cost of living crisis has become acute for festivals.  For many events staging their first edition …

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Why could China avoid high inflation?  - China Magazine

Why could China avoid high inflation? – China Magazine

From Project Syndicate, by Zhang Jun – When high levels of capital spending fueled a sustained rise in Chinese inflation from 1991 to 2011, the authorities quickly brought the situation under control and, over the past decade, the CPI rarely exceeded 2%, compared to 5.4% in 2011. With policymakers in most major economies now losing …

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Inflation in Luxembourg: "Social crisis" or "companies in difficulty"?  The new index divides

Inflation in Luxembourg: “Social crisis” or “companies in difficulty”? The new index divides

Published4 August 2022, 07:00 Inflation in Luxembourg: “Social crisis” or “companies in difficulty”? The new index divides LUXEMBOURG – While Statec is planning a new index tranche at the end of the year, trade unions and employers are each pleading their case before the three-party that is taking shape. by Jerome Wiss and Thomas Holzer …

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The French economy bloomed again in the second quarter, but inflation still threatens

The French economy bloomed again in the second quarter, but inflation still threatens

Published on : 07/29/2022 – 09:56Modified : 07/29/2022 – 09:54 Paris (AFP) – The clouds of recession have dissipated, not those of inflation: France recorded net growth of 0.5% in the spring, but rising prices continue to weigh on consumption. The first estimate of gross domestic product (GDP) in the second quarter, published Friday by …

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