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Inflation in the USA: But rather eight instead of three percent?

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Officially, the inflation rate in the USA is only 1–2 percent. However, alternative price indices calculate 8–10 percent. Has the US government manipulated the value benchmark for the world’s most important currency? Is it only an illusion that the USA has overcome the crisis of the early 2000s? And what does this mean for the rest of the world? A look at a scandal shows why we need a decentralized alternative to a rotting monetary system.




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