e could be headed for a world torn in opposite directions, as if quartered, by very different monetary phenomena. As the developed world keeps interest rates low, in a bid to deep deflationary forces at bay, they will in turn be keeping interest rates lower around the world. This is will be due particularly to the massive global influence of U.S. monetary policy, thus exacerbating inflationary forces in the developing world.
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