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demand-pull inflationnoun [U]

uk   us   (also demand inflation)
ECONOMICS the ​increase in ​prices that is caused by ​people wanting to ​buy or use more ​goods and ​services than are ​available during a particular ​period of ​time: Most ​inflation is what is called demand-pull ​inflation - when high ​demand for ​goods and ​servicesallows (or ​forces) ​manufacturers to ​increaseprices rapidly.
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