More money in circulation caused inflation


The production of more money for circulation that did not tally with GDP growth caused inflation, not a temporary phenomenon like wars, Dr Carmelo Ferlito, CEO of Center for Market Education, told Asian Agribiz. He said this is what many governments did for their economies. “In input, the quantity ...

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Editor, Asian Meat Magazine, Alternative Protein and Meat Insider, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In the article, ‘Will Malaysia lose its Singapore chicken market?’, she analyzes whether Singapore’s dominant chicken exporter could lose a chunk of the market to countries like Indonesia because of policy instability.