The next inflation wave will surpass the first.

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The forthcoming second wave of inflation appears poised to coincide with central banks initiating the next round of quantitative easing to support the system amidst historically high public deficits. Additionally, with a significant portion of the workforce employed in the public sector contributing less to productive output, this scenario could potentially erode public trust in government currencies.

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