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Could the crisis lead to higher EM inflation?

Large output gaps look set to keep inflation low in most emerging markets over the next few years. But further out, we think that worrying public debt trajectories in some places (Brazil and South Africa), and greater emphasis on growth over inflation by central banks in others, could result in monetary policy being kept too loose for too long, creating medium-term inflation risks.

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