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Steep falls in euro-zone food inflation to come

We expect euro-zone food inflation to fall sharply over the coming year due to the large declines in agricultural and energy commodity prices. But history suggests that the level of food prices rarely falls very far or for very long. With labour costs still rising sharply, pushing up firms’ production costs, our assumption is that food inflation will remain positive.

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