Cost Push Inflation

This refers to sustained increase in the prices of goods and services resulting from sudden and rapidly rising prices.

Causes of Cost Push Inflation can include rapidly rising oil prices as a result of war, rapidly rising food prices as a result of poor harvest, rapidly rising wage costs, rising import costs as a result of exchange rate falls.

Cost Push Inflation is a term normally found in business economics and financial management.

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