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Economic Indicators31 minutes ago (Feb 03, 2022 13:15)
LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday he hoped that inflationary pressure would subside once the world economy regained momentum and global supply chain problems eased.
“What I hope and believe is eventually, as the world economy gets its momentum back, the inflationary pressures will start to subside,” Johnson told reporters.
UK PM Johnson: I hope inflation will ease once global economy picks up
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