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Women shop at a spice bazaar in Turkey, where inflation has hit a two-decade high, creating a slew of social problems and souring public faith in government institutions. According to a survey, only about a quarter of Turks believe the official statistics, while more than two thirds place more trust in the unofficial figures, which peg inflation at around 160 percent.
(Photo by Güldem Üstün) Photo used under CC BY
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First published in the July 30, 2022, 7:17 a.m. edition

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