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Understanding Cost-Push and Demand-Pull Inflation.
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Inflation can be caused by either cost push, where the cost of raw materials goes up; or demand pull, where there is a surge in the demand for the finished product leading to an increase in prices. The pandemic has led to an increase in the demand for houses, which is a perfect example of both cost-push and demand-pull inflation.

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