Inflation Is Ebbing All OverGene Koretz
With consumer price inflation in industrial nations expected to average less than 3% next year for the fourth year in a row, attention has shifted to the developing world, where high and volatile inflation (averaging 50% and above) has long been the rule. And there the news, observes economist Joseph P. Quinlan of Dean Witter Reynolds Inc., is "extraordinarily good."
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