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Inflation Isn't What the "Experts" Say It Is. The Confusion in Terms Is Deliberate

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04/09/2022Manuel Tacanho

The usual "experts" claim inflation is a general increase in the price level. Wrong. Prices rise because of inflation, which is a government-caused increase in the amount of money in circulation.

Original Article: "Inflation Isn't What the "Experts" Say It Is. The Confusion in Terms Is Deliberate"

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Manuel Tacanho

Manuel Tacanho is founder of Afridom, a sound money based digital banking startup for Europe and Africa. He's also an advocate of free markets and sound money for Africa’s economic development.

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Inflation Isn't What the "Experts" Say It Is. The Confusion in Terms Is Deliberate