Cost-Push Inflation
Level of price that is constantly increasing due to the ever-increasing expenses associated with the production of goods. Cost-push inflation can be caused by a number of factors, including higher corporate taxes being levied, salary increases and the rising price of imported goods. A country's Level of inflation is considered to be Cost-push when a proportionally large number of producers in the country are adversely affected by the factor causing the said inflation.

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