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Have emerging markets vanquished inflation?

Low inflation is here to stay in much of the emerging world. However, there is a significant risk that inflation rises, albeit moderately, over the medium term in several countries. This risk isn’t limited to the usual suspects like Turkey and Argentina. But it also includes other major emerging economies such as Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, the Philippines, Colombia and, to a lesser extent, Mexico and India.

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