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German Import Prices Surge Most in Four Decades on Supply Woes

  • Energy was nearly twice as expensive as in previous year
  • Imported inflation jumped to 15% in July, more than forecast

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Germany is seeing its biggest surge in imported inflation since the early 1980s, putting a price tag on the difficulties businesses are facing to secure inputs amid a worsening supply squeeze.