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Union deals point to easing wage growth next year

Some of the negotiations by trade unions and large firms in advanced economies over recent months have resulted in large pay rises of up to 10%. However, they have typically also locked in much smaller gains for next year and hence shouldn’t cause serious concern among central banks.

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