Over a year ago, we warned that surging shipping costs posed an upside risk to inflation going into 2022, and it looks like these risks did indeed materialise. But now that global shipping costs have collapsed, we expect them to drag down on inflation into 2023, possibly by about 0.5%-pts at the global level.
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